20 Minute Breakfast From the Garden

As we approach summer vegetable harvest,
here is one of my favorite breakfast recipes.

6:00 am: Thank you ladies!
(You may have to buy your eggs.)

6:01 am: Summer squash!

6:02 am: Green peppers!

6:03 am: Onions and tomatoes!

6:10 am: Veggies sliced thin and ready for cooking!

6:15 am: Eggs fried sunny side up!
Veggies sauteed in olive oil with herbs!
6:20 am: Eggs on bed of veggies garnished
with fresh chives and sliced tomatoes!
Healthy! Ecological! Inexpensive! YUMMY!
Not a single ingredient you can’t pronounce!
I love gardening!

2 Comments on “20 Minute Breakfast From the Garden

  1. Dale,
    When did you put your peppers and squash in the ground for them to look so yummy already? Were the tomatoes from your garden as well?
    Thanks!

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  2. Aside from our deer problem (see Garden Apocalypse), we have had the best garden we have ever had. Our spring crops went in Mid march and sping vegetables overwhelmed us. Our summer crops went in early May and we can't keep up with the summer vegetables. I did cheat on the tomatos in this article last week. Our first tomatoes will be ready at the end of this week.
    The weather has been absolutely perfect this year. No frost, good temperatures, good rain. We have only irrigated a couple of times. One other problem that we are having is our zucchini are dying off. I can't see insects or stem borers. It almost seems to be a root related disease. It is only affecting zucchini. But we staggered our plantings and the younger plants produce while the older ones die off.

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