Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Babies no more!

My wee little green beans have grown up. And now I sound like a cannibal. LOL



I picked a good-sized handful of green beans today, and we'll have them with dinner tonight! Yummy, I can't wait!

10 comments:

Mrs.R said...

I had some fresh greener beaners from my in-law's garden yesterday.

Mrs.R said...

Tammy, I made my jam tonight using your inversion method. I thought they were going to ping right away and when they didn't I started to panic and I called my mom. She told me that it takes time for them to seal and sure enough they are now pinging!!!!

Mrs. U said...

Oh, Tammy!!! I'm so jealous!! We didn't plant any beans this year (can't remember why we decided not to) and my mouth was WATERING when I saw your fresh-from-the-garden beans!!! Enjoy them for me!!

His,
Mrs. U

Arlene said...

LOL to the cannibal comment! :o) I just love fresh, garden-grown green beans! They are so much better than any from a can! I like reading about your garden... maybe at our next base, my husband and I can try our hands at starting our own...? Hmmm... maybe if I need any tips, I will email you for help, lol! :P

Tammy said...

Woohoo! I'm glad your jars are "pinging" now, Mrs. R!

LOL Mrs. U, I ate them before I saw this comment, so I didn't have a chance to eat them for you. :D

Arlene, I'm going to head over to your blog and say hello! =)

Tammy said...

Arlene, I *was* going to go visit your blog, but your blog isn't listed on your "about me" page. Could you share the URL for your blog? Or send it to me via e-mail, if you wish?

Coffee and a Muffin said...

YAY! They grow up fast. *sniff*

abrightnewdawn said...

They are soooo cute!!!

Arlene said...

Phew! Blogger has been being a major booger today, lol! I have no idea why it wasn't showing my URL today. When I went to check it, I couldn't see my URL, and then just a minute ago I looked... and whaddayaknow, but it's back up! Anyway, guess I don't have to email you now :~)

Mona said...

How wonderful to reap the benefits of growing your own veggies! We are still waiting patiently for our squashes and cucs to spring (only thing we planted this year), the pants are getting huge, sure would be nice to see something besides that happening before they take over the front yard! lol ;o)

WOnderful share, your garden is doing very well!! You are in MI correct?? When did you start your garden?? Just for next year advice since this year was a try-out, next year I won't be pregnant and moving so I look forward to a much bigger garden! Thanks!