Steamed Garden Vegetables

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This is an Easy Friday post. I just made that one up, don’t bother looking for a link. We had our first hard frost last week, and now our garden looks like it has just been hit with napalm. Everything is blackened and dead save for a few cold weather herbs. Before the frost came, we scrambled to get what we can out of the garden, not that there was much left. So, what to do with a little bit of this and a little bit of that?

I decided to just steam them all and eat them in their natural glory. These were dressed in soy & lemon dressing but I suppose any type of dressing would do. The Clone of course had to have her ranch dressing.

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5 comments on “Steamed Garden Vegetables
  1. JMom says:

    hi rowena, yeah, our little backyard garden served us well this summer. I’m going to try to get some seeds when I go to California next month so I have seeds for more yardlong beans. The kamote, we just planted sweet potatoes which are readily available here. They didn’t know you can eat the leaves! Lucky me šŸ™‚

  2. rowena says:

    You managed to get THAT from your garden? I am so envious…kamote and yardlong beans I haven’t eaten in a long time!

  3. JMom says:

    hi kayli! diba pinakamasarap yung simple lang ang luto? ok na rin sakin to with a little patis šŸ™‚

    hi coffeepot! me too, just love simply cooked dishes.

  4. coffeepot says:

    Yes I love that idea. Just steam them all together and the dressing sounds fab!

  5. Kayli says:

    Wow, so fresh naman your veggies, straight from your backyard.Sarap naman…

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