February 4, 2010

Question: What is Your Favorite Garden Vegetable?


Just seeing if you all are awake out there on this cold, COLD day...

What is your favorite garden vegetable? This can be something you grow yourself, or something you just like to buy... I don't mind if you have 2 favorites... or more. Whatever. You can also share if you DO like to grow it in your garden. You can even share the variety, if you'd like!

Hmmm... I will have to think a while on my own question. I will have to narrow it down from like 15 things... yikes! :)

8 comments:

Gaertegang said...

Lots to pick from...I am going with sweet corn! We area always craving to eat it right off the cob!!! Love to make cream corn and cut the corn off the cob for freezing as well. We always run out of it before any other veggie we "put up" for the winter. I am trying three varieties of corn this year..and early, mid, and late variety to extend the season of enjoyment!!

Genesa said...

I think my FAVORITE is Zucchini. We saute it in a little butter, with onions. And add salt and pepper, I can already taste it! Anything fresh from the garden is awesome! Strawberries, sugar snap peas, green beans, watermelon. I'm getting hungry!!! I also love Basil. (i know not a veggie) It's great in a salad or in a cold meat sandwich!

carrie said...

tomatoes!!! nothing is better than a fresh picked tomato that is warm from the sun! oh i can't wait to get my plants in the ground!!!

Lois said...

Our favorites are Incredible Sweet Corn, and sun-ripen tomatoes!!! I'd like to try the heirloom variety this year.

Jennifer said...

Tomatoes all the way! Can't get enough of them. Oh, I gave you an award at my new homesteading blog, check it out.

Diane said...

Lots of different kinds of lettuce for salads. I love my salads.
Blessings
diane

The Prudent Homemaker said...

Artichokes!

And we grow them in our garden. You can see pictures of them growing in my garden here:

http://theprudenthomemaker.com/ediblelandscaping.aspx

Last year we had 100!

Jackie said...

I am from New Jersey...so I'd have to say a tomato! Nothing like a Jersey tomato!