Actually it's our second head, but we ate the first one without taking a picture:
The white balance on this photo is all screwed up; it's actually quite white.
I'm only gloating because I failed so completely the previous two seasons!
When I really want to taste my vegetables I steam them lightly, so they're still crunchy, with a light dusting of salt and pepper.sepeters wrote:How're you gonna cook that bad boy?
Never eat anything bigger than your head:Francis Barnswallow wrote:That's a lot of cauliflower.
The bad news is that I didn't keep any notes on this.Francis Barnswallow wrote:How long did it take the cauliflower to grow that big?
Daytime highs are anywhere from high 50s to mid 70s, and nighttime lows are in the mid-40s up to mid 50s.applestar wrote:Nice cauliflower
I hear you can eat the leaves.
What are the temps like now? Ready for tomatoes yet? Or is it more like potato planting weather? Your area would grow peas ad favas during the winter, too, right?
Actually I sorta just ignored them. The leaves naturally curled around the tops, and it's been unnaturally cool and foggy this winter.imafan26 wrote:They are just beautiful. I can't grow those. Did you blanch them to get them so white?