I harvested rhubarb for the first time and am in the process of baking my first pie ever. Since I used vegetable shortening, I think it would even qualify as vegan. Hopefully it comes out of the oven OK and tastes good.
The first black krim is looking great.
Kyle helped me put in the tree branches that the christmas lima beans will climb. I also planted dragon's tongue bush beans. I'll plant more herbs in this bed as well.
One of the brandywine tomatoes has produced flowers.
The stock tank area got some new plants and fish.
Here's a fuzzy photo of the dwarf lily pad sending up three flowers, we only had one last year.
Garden Huckleberry doing it's thing.
At least the peas like the cool extended spring.
I decided to add an egg wash, but should have added some water to the egg yolk.
As you can see, it tasted pretty darn good. I used this recipe for the filling, and this one for the pie crust. I'd never made either before and it turned out great. The crust was way better than store bought and the pie wasn't soggy at all.
This is after the dog helped herself to some delicious pie. Bad dog!