The garden has recovered nicely and fresh veggies are rolling in the door and finding their way to the table and freezer.
Been picking green beans, peas, kale and a couple varieties of lettuce. The radishes are finished for the present and I'll sow more when the weather turns cooler.
There is hope for the late sweet corn.
I had some ripening tomatoes that disappeared. Not just a bite out of a tomato - the whole tomato - gone.
My brilliant wife solved the crime when she found Girlfriend eating something in the garden.
Thinking the dog was dining upon a mouse she found out the dog had been selectively picking and eating the ripening tomatoes.
To freeze green beans simply pick, wash, cut the ends-off and cut to size if desired. Blanch in boiling water for a couple of minutes and plunge into cold water. Drain and package in two-cup batches with the FoodSaver.
Garden to freezer in about a hour or two. Yum!