As I type this, I am wearing a sweater and drinking warm tea. It was in the 40s when we woke this morning. Yesterday, I gardened in long sleeves and shivered in the wind. Usually, we hit a 90 degree day early in May – not this year! This year, we are having trouble hitting 70. Not that I am complaining. It is just unusual. The garden is growing very slowly as a result, but we do have some lovely things coming in that we are enjoying.
Recipe for tarts found here: The English Kitchen
Lettuce, spinach, mesclun, sage and thyme, some dill….
Fresh things from the garden are always a good excuse for having people over for dinner…which included pasta in spaghetti sauce put up from last summer’s tomatoes. Not sure if our tomatoes will ever get under way this year – poor cold things.
But, this is the southern USA – summer has to arrive sometime!