Harvest Monday: Spinach-tacular

See those lovely spinach plants?  Well, there are 5 oz. less of them now.  On Saturday I harvested 5 oz of spinach, which I cooked and served on pizza.  It was delicious.

It was not my first harvest of the season — but it was the first harvest of something sown for 2012.  The bok choy was a 2011 plant I kept until 2012.  I’m not planning on tracking my harvests regularly this season as Dan and I are planning a big road trip out west this summer, but the first spinach harvest of the season is surely worth noting, and eating.

We had another first yesterday, too.  One of our Americauna hens laid her first egg of 2012.  Those two have been slacking all winter, but finally contributed to the Henbogle larder.  Maybe it was the conversation about freezer camp?


9 Responses to “Harvest Monday: Spinach-tacular”

  1. Robin Says:

    Boy, your spinach looks great! I had a little spinach harvest this week too. My spinach bed is not covered….so, I am quite pleased.

    I guess that your hen didn’t want to go to camp!

  2. Daphne Says:

    I need to clean up my spinach patch for spring. I’m hoping it takes off soon and starts growing again. It certainly is warm enough for it.

  3. Lisa Colburn Says:

    How exciting? Is this spinach you planted last fall or this spring?

  4. Lisa and Robb Says:

    You guys are gardening super heroes.

  5. Robin Says:

    Freezer camp…hehehe…

    Is that bad that makes me laugh?


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