Harvest to Table..


Most of you know I grew garlic this year.  It was an experiment to see if it would sell.  Well it did.
Three weeks later, I have next to none left.  Just some mystery varieties I call the "You Got Me?" garlic.
Pinecone Camp and I did a little photo story for Poppytalk on my garlic.


 A Harvest to Table Love Story...
Pop over and have a look.  Janis shot the story, so you know it's beautiful.
If you've never seen or tasted garlic from the garden, this will send you in search of a farmer.  
Or at least a farmers market!

20 comments:

mise said...

It's very appealing. If I could have a muffin-tin of that roast garlic AND all those friends you promise me, my life would be complete.

Colleen said...

....oh off I go ..if I didn't get over to buy some at least I can eat virtually!
Love your posts!

Building a House and Home said...

we joined a csa this summer and get fresh garlic every week. it's the best! it's so fresh, it glows.

Colleen said...

...oh my ...just went to see ....and those muffin tins full of garlic look wonderful!

Judy said...

You have inspired me to grow garlic next year! I can't wait! Thanks for a great post.

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

I'm headed over there now! Garlic is so good for us. I"m sure yours has got to be better than what I buy in the supermarket.
Brenda

Ana Degenaar said...

I love love love the pictures!

Razmataz said...

I have just found at the farmers market this weekend a few types of gorgeous fresh garlic after a 3 month boycott of the local grocery store garlic that they import from China. Here in Ontario where we grow enough garlic to export, we bring it in from China which makes me crazy.

Will pop over to see the post you did with the muffin cups.

country girl said...

SO wonderful, Heather. I love that first photo!

Southern Lady said...

Yummy! My garlic didn't do too well this year. I think I should have planted it sooner. It just got too hot too fast. Carla

Lady Grey said...

So beautiful. My father grows tons of garlic, and there's no going back once you've tasted the fresh stuff!
oxo

flwrjane said...

We grew garlic this year for a lark. Planted early spring, Will plant properly in the fall.

I did not wear as cute an outfit when I picked it though.....

Rethinking wardrobe.

hatjunkie said...

Unbelievably beautiful photos. I love a vegetable or fruit that you can neglect and will grow anyways. I'm not sure what that says about me.

Vintage Simple said...

Ohhh..! Awesome! I'll head over there after I eat the ice cream Bill just made for me.

xoox,
-maria

ps: I second Jane's comment about the outfit. Seriously - must you be so damn cute all the time??!? ;)

Shug said...

My first visit and I can't wait to come back...Love all the pics.

Shug

AnnaVallance said...

I chose to fritter my time away last fall instead of planting garlic but now we are enjoying all the wonderful varieties that are for sale at our Farmers Market. Love that first photo.

kandeland said...

wow! those photos are perfection! xo

Pinecone Camp said...

Wow. That garlic is truly photogenic! Great shoot and fun working with you H!

Laura said...

Have you tried the garlic slicer from Pampered Chef? Very pretty. I like how you mix kids photos and your food and garden. Lovely blog!

jan said...

Thank you Heather (and Janice) for such a lovely surprise story. You both are amazing people!