And then there were three...pumpkins (or squash?). We have now harvested 3 seminole pumpkin (or squash?). I found the one on the left hiding in the tomato garden. We ate the first one.
It might be a tad under ripe, but it looked like it was on the verge of getting eaten and I didn't want to take any chances. We'll eat the smaller ones like squash and I'll cook the tan cheese (?) pumpkin and make puree for pumpkin bread.
I also started harvesting a few Southern Peas over the last few days.
On the left is the Pinkeye Purple Hull and on the right the Piggott Pea. I've actually hulled 4 of the Piggott variety and only one of the Pinkeye Purple Hull. I'm looking forward to cooking these as dry beans - we've eaten some of each "green". They're not "good eating" like green Pigeon Peas, that's for sure. So they'll be dried.
And that's my excitement so far today. My chronic gastritis/esophagitis put a wrench in my day's plans so far, but I am perking up.