Thursday, June 25, 2020

Thankful Thursday, June 25, 2020

Thankful Thursday and Little Things Thursday

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, June 22, 2020
I am thankful for home-grown cucumbers!
I picked the first cucumber of the season on Monday: eight ounces of crispy crunch for our salads!

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA June 25, 2020

And this morning's cucumber weighted slightly more: nine ounces. Later in the Summer, the vines should be producing faster, and I will have enough to make pickles.

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  1. Hello, that is a nice sized cucumber. Enjoy your day!

  2. My cucumbers are the size of a nail now. Soon...

  3. That is amazing! And you grow them in planters!

  4. that's my dream... home grown cukes! I love them! fresh, no wax, so tasty. But they take a lot of water which we do not have in CO. Will you do dill or bread and butter pickles? (my favorites)

    1. I make sweet pickles - sliced cucumbers, sliced onions, sugar, vinegar, and several spices. You can find the recipe I use on the Taste of Home website: Easy Refrigerator Pickles

  5. Very good. I have squash plants blooming but no squash yet.

  6. ...I can't wait to make pickles, last year's are almost gone!

  7. There is a certain satisfaction in garnering produce from one's own garden that is hard to beat in any other way.

  8. This looks good! I have harvested a few cucumbers and there is nothing like them, I think. Much tastier and crunchier than store bought ones. Thanks for linking up and have a great week!


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