After our rainfall, I got the pleasure of mowing and not complaining at all!
Except for all the weeds after the rain; lots of work to do yet.
Hubby tilling so, we can lay in cukes, cantalope, more corn.
Bless you -- my little slobberpus.
The green onions hubby pulled and I later cleaned, cut, and oven dried for later use. My house smelled like onions for a day. Simple instructions, clean them well, cut them thin, lay on paper towels on a cookie sheet, put in oven 125-50 F (8 hours for 1 lb of cuttings), stir occassionaly, and check as more often as the moisture leaves.
You can also dry foods by pressing between two screen doors on towel layers, put up on blocks in your yard if you live in hot place without humidity. Solar dry is fine but, watch for bugs, ants, and mildew. I can't use this method because our humidity is so high most of the time === so much for the desert eh?
I wonder if squash leaves can be consumed. Must do some research since, we have such large leaves. What do ya'll think? I know you can use the flowers in almost anything from soups, breads, stuffed, and friend. HUMMMMMS here.......