It is time to move the mobile high tunnel to its winter location. Ken has been holding off until we got some rain. One of the factors with plant health in a greenhouse is maintaining soil moisture, and starting with moist soil is a step ahead.
Ken has also been looking at temperature. This time of year it would be easy to cook the greens in the greenhouse - even though the days are short, there is still some heat from the sun
And the spinach is beautiful - great raw in salad or cooked solo or with eggs or added to soups - tomato soup Florentine means it has spinach added.
We are also lighting the oven - baking squash. And Ken has been processing the summer tomatoes into sauce and making lasagne.
Rutabagas are a fall favorite. They are a member of the brassica or cabbage family and are delicious in soups and stews, pasties, grated for hash browns, etc. Many people avoid potatoes for blood sugar or arthritis reasons, and find that rutabagas are about the same texture.
'Til Next Week, Judith