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Tomato and eggplant tartines

It is hard to believe that soon the fresh tomatoes will be gone and we’ll have to wait until next June -at the earliest- to enjoy them again!

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Mustard greens and chard with lemon vinaigrette

I have loads of red mustard and “Bright Lights” chard planted in my winter garden along with two rows of bunching onions.

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Greekzucchini fritters

Sadly, I didn’t get a single squash of any description this summer.

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Doris's eggplant patties

My friend Doris is a country cook.

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Tomato pie

I am still getting dribbles of tomatoes from the garden. I counted 6 Cherokee Purples ripening on one remaining vine.

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Asian Fish Bake

With the weather turning a bit cooler and the summer veggies slowing down and fall ones coming up as seedlings waiting to be planted when there is an empty garden bed, suddenly there seems to be an overwhelming amount of work to be done to get ready for the fall planting.

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Succotash Salad

Right now our gardens are in the process of transitioning from the summer veggies into the cooler and cold weather crops.

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Salmon and spinach frittata

I have just this week started my seeds for the fall and winter garden and already, after only three days, pak choy, lettuce and mizuna are showing themselves.

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Mousaka (Eggplant and Meat with Béchamel Sauce)

Here is a wonderful recipe to take to pot luck or covered dish suppers;

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Cold Cucumber Soup

I’m keeping the promise I made last week to give you the recipe for cold cucumber soup.

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