We've had a few hard frosts. Gardening season is over.
We dug the last of the carrots today.
Some of them will be stored in the shop in sand so we can have fresh carrots all year long.
I used my salad shooter to slice a bunch of them thin and froze them in quart size zipper bags. They are delicious cooked and smothered with butter and a little salt.
Today Dawn and I grated a five gallon bucket of them to freeze, so we can make cakes, muffins, cookies and bread.
For some reason the soil in our garden is great for carrots. It produces gigantic carrots that are very sweet and tasty.