Monday, 15 July 2019

Baby Beetroot and Broad Beans

We have more broad beans from the garden plot; and some baby beetroot.

I had to pull the beetroot out of the ground as they were beginning to bolt.  
I also harvested some more raspberries, but the strawberries are beginning to dwindle.  
And for those of you who came by last week, this is what I did to my red gooseberriesI made a Red Gooseberry and Raspberry Tart.  
If you look close, you will see half the side is filled with red gooseberries and the other half with raspberries. It was delicious.  
I will share the recipe for the Red Gooseberry or Raspberry Tart over the next few days, right now though I am sharing this blog post with Dave over at Happy Acres for Harvest Monday, where gardeners from all over the world come together to share their harvest.

9 comments:

  1. Nice to hear from you. Sounds delicious.

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  2. Your raspberries look beautiful and such a lovely dessert.

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    1. Thanks Sue. I want to come by and repay the compliment there is not link back to your blog.

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  3. Ooh, the gooseberry and raspberry tart looks delicious! I'm thinking I would swap all sorts of goodies for a taste of that. I've never tried those two fruits together, but I do like gooseberries and cherries in a fruit dessert.

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    1. Thanks Dave. Half side was red gooseberries and the other half raspberries. I did not mix them up, though in the same tart!

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  4. Those raspberries look so tasty, and the tart is incredible. The combination of gooseberry and raspberry must have been great.

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    1. Thanks VegHog. It was a very good tart. Hope to share it later today on the blog.

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  5. I like the idea of a half and half fruit tart like that! I might try it with other combinations too. Thank you!

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