Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Remember The Potatoes We Planted In Growing Bags In The Polytunnel?

Here is the contents of the first bag:

We are going to eat them with a piece of roast Aberdeen Angus and carrots.  Washed down with a big jug of homemade Sangria.

Have you harvested your new potatoes yet?  

I have neglected (not really had time) my veg plot this year.  Next year will hopefully be different.  At least we have grown some veg.

14 comments:

  1. Looking good says my human.

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  2. Oh. Yum.
    Those look good.
    I harvested some new potatoes from the Co--Op today if that counts???

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  3. Cope? You have lived near the North country too long JayCee.

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  4. Delicious!! Bravo on the harvest.

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  5. They look great Dave. A wash is all they will need. I bet they taste good with the roast Aberdeen Angus and carrots.

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  6. I bet the potatoes were scrumptious Dave.God bless Daisy - the Aberdeen Angus who gave her life for your carnivorous delight. Was she tender or tough?

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    1. Yep very nice YP. The meat came from our German supermarket and beer providers. It was cheap but cooked really slow.

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  7. Thanks Rachel. They tasted delicious.

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  8. Lovely to have your own spuds. We grow second earlies in big pots, and they are not quite ready yet. Looking forward to them!

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  9. It is lovely to eat your own homegrown new potatoes the veg artist.

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  10. I love those tiny little 'new' potatoes. Cook in salted water, drain, butter, sprinkle with parsley...I really think they are perfect. I could make a meal out of them all by themselves.

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  11. Sea salt sprinkled on new potatoes is also very good Debby.

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