Our garden is now on a serious down ramp except for the peppers which are still going strong and we put together a couple of meals to use the fresh stuff. First, was a favorite of our friend Joe who was over for his semi-monthly visit. It was the last of our okra, the last of the corn from the little farm stand up the road (the coons got the last of mine a month ago), some fried small green tomatoes, and sliced Cherokee Purple and Yellow Brandywine maters.
The corn and okra got their usual half stick of butter, S&P and flour /corn meal breading, respectively,
and the green tomatoes were sprinkled with S&P, and Todd’s Dirt that I’d just picked up at the store and breaded with a 50/50 flour/cornmeal mix.
Just good ole basic country vitals – all we needed was a little cornbread.
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