All one needs to do is bend over and scoop them up. Ground cherries have a slightly sweet pineapple flavor to them. Great in salads. Especially great in Ground Cherry Cake, if you'd like my recipe, click here.
Last week I dried a bunch of them in the dehydrator. Simply cut down the center and dried cut side up for about 12 hours, then air sealed in a mason jar. They'll be used for scones, cookies and muffins in place of raisins.
These are the last ripe cherry tomatoes. There are a bunch of green ones that I plan on picking later today to lacto-ferment them.
Dried, but not to the crisp point, still a little sticky. Herbs, salt and garlic were mixed in a jar with olive oil. Add tomatoes, top with more olive oil and shake. These will be a great addition to salads this winter.
Also from my garden is kale. Lots of kale! I pretty much eat kale every day. Read here about my latest
misadventures with kale.
Enjoy the day-