Monday, 1 October 2018

Tomatillo season

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All the tomitillo's have been picked:
Most are not bursting out of their husks as they should be, some are very small but we think that was lack of rain. Their husks are pulled off in soapy water in the sink as they are very sticky inside. Then once rinsed, they are left to drain on the draining board:
This lot measured 7lbs:
They were stored open in the bottom of the fridge until I can process them which I'll show another day. DB then found about another 1lb or so in a bucket in the garage so they will be added to this lot.

I only grow them every other year as once processed and frozen, they give us enough sauce for quite a few meals. They are easy to grow and give a good crop.

The pressure cooker is on cooking the chicken carcass to make soup!




1 comment:

  1. Looking forward to seeing what you make with the tomatillos. I have never grown them mainly because I do not know what to do with them.

    God bless.

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