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Garden to Table

Garden to Table

In May southeast Oklahoma received historically rainfall.  We saw over 30 inches of rain in the month of May alone.  I thought I'd never get to put away my rubber boots.  As a result of the record rainfall amounts, most of the Spring garden washed away several times.  Since I'm an old-timer, I decided to plant a fall garden (on raised beds).  I planted zucchini, cucumbers, green beans, kale, lettuce, & herbs.  The tomatoes survived the Spring rains.  I've started picking zucchini & tomatoes.  The first vegies are always the best since I've eagerly waited for them to grow & ripen.  Today I picked tomatoes & zucchini & decided to have those for lunch to go with the brown beans I had cooking & our farm-fresh eggs.  I thinly sliced the zucchini, dipped in beaten egg, coated with flour & fried until golden brown.  I served it with sliced tomatoes, brown beans & hard-boiled egg.  Although I didn't have meat, I had plenty of protein in the beans & eggs.  This is a very economical, nutritious meal.  Did I mention our gardens are USDA Certified Organic?

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