Almost Wordless Wednesday: Almost the Last Harvest of the year

Here are the left overs from cleaning up the front yard garden; a few cucumbers including one little crystal apple cucumber and a ton of mainly-green tomatoes.  I’ll keep them around for a few days to admire, we’ll see what else ripens, then I’m going to try some of Gayla’s Roasted Green Tomatoes.
After all that yard work, we had a nice lunch, baby-led weaning style, with the new unsmashable kinderville cup.
This last photo is of mystery squash that grew in my mother’s compost. Any ideas as to what it could be?

Comments

  1. Melodie says

    What absolutely gorgeous tomatoes. That would make a great screensaver. Since I am here, to answer your question from my blog, she's 3. :) Happy Wednesday!
    ~Melodie

  2. Jynax says

    Just discovered your site early this morning. What great pictures you have here…all the better to feel hungry for!

    I will be back more as the week goes on. :)

  3. Meeling says

    Love the tomato picture! Gorgeous colors…fresh garden tomatoes are the best!! The "mystery" squash looks like Kabocha?

  4. snarkyvegan says

    Your mystery squash looks exactly like my mystery squash. I'm thinking they're sweet dumpling squash. My favorite tomato is the Persimmon of course since I won 3rd place with it in our local tomato contest!
    @snarkyvegan

  5. Laura says

    Thanks, that's funny you got the same kind. They seem to have originated in a food Share box (like CSA). I'm going to roast them up this weekend.

  6. Sherilaugh says

    Ya, those are Sweet Dumpling squash. A couple other good ones to try are Sweet Potato (Delicata) squash and Honey Bear Squash.

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