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Here is the food for you guys to cook for the weekend my dear friends!! LOL~~


Enjoy your meal and have a great weekend my dear friends! Cheers!!!!


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Despite the rain yesterday, we are still harvesting a good amount of produce for the food shelter. Our fall crops are coming in - carrots, radishes, lettuce, kale, spinach, turnip greens and more ... Inspired by these efforts, I painted these radishes ....


My friend Lorraine arrives in a few short hours to spend the next ten days with me as we attend several watercolor workshops. I'm off work for the week to immerse myself in the world of art and friendship -- what a delight! I can't often get to art classes with my work and travel schedule, so having one week set aside each year (this will be the third or fourth year I've done this) is a blessing indeed!


I'll be fairly scarce during this time ... but will try to post some of the things we are learning and share some of the classes ... but you can be sure, I'll be painting everyday!


I hope you have a terrific day ....and a most creative week!



It looks like little Christmas trees, but it is actually a very close view of a strange vegetable that I bought at the local farm shop - a cross between cauliflower and broccoli.


The vegetable has several names that I have seen: Romanesco Cauliflower, Romanesque Cauliflower, Romanesco Broccoli, Romanesque Broccoli, Fractal broccoli, and brocoflower.

Artichokes make an interesting to photograph.(These remind me of the man-eating plants in the movie "Day of The Triffods".

- I like radish. They are rich in ascorbic acid, folic acid, and potassium. Also they are a good source of vitamin B6, magnesium, copper, and calcium. This is high time you started using radish.

Vegetable - fun with radishes and their reaching roots


Many thanks for all your kind comments and faves!

For Macro Mondays. The topic is Vegetable. One of the favorite Vegetables.

I'm running out of steam on this alphabet project. I'm glad I only have a few more letters.

Foto: Jonas Ingold

Bok choy, for #5 - Vegetables, 52 in 2015 Challenge

Thinly sliced & using a light table

Some vegetables for you to cook my dear friends!! What recipe do you have?? LOL~~

Just another Still Life shot from Adelaide Royal Show~~~ !!


Enjoy your weekend my dear friends!!!

My friend Betty grew these beautiful sweet (and colorful) peppers. They deserved to be photographed before they were consumed. They were as delicious as they were colorful!

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A friend on Facebook says the Banana peppers have a better Flavor after turning red. I was intending to throw these away, now will probably do otherwise. Another fried says she freezes hers.

Just for fun shot... Have a wonderful week...

... and a few fruits and nuts


Added to Monthly Scavenger Hunt (MSH) November 2013 20. Yes, We Have no Bananas


(But we do grow almost everything else in Washington State!)

An onion is a great food, you can have it anywhere and you can use it for so many dishes.

Vegetables garnished with green chives.


Explored 06/06/2013 - thank you!

Vegetable stall at the Al Ain central Market, all locally grown produce.

At the amazing Great Market Hall of Budapest.

Budapest, Hungary.

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