Field Notes Welcome to September! We have not only had shorter days, but also some cooler nights. This preview of what is coming sets most plants into high gear - their goal is to set seed. And the sun has dried out the wet soil so Ken can keep working - weeding, cultivating and planting.
This is also a great time to make Ken's upside down pizza. He starts with a pie plate, adds some olive oil, layers vegetables like summer squash, peppers, onions and tomatoes and tops with biscuit dough and bakes at 400 degrees until the top is browned. Just before serving he flips it and often adds some grated cheese. A friend adds cheese to the biscuit dough. It is easy, tasty and satisfying to eat a warm supper as the temperature drops!
'Til Next Week, Judith