Tuesday, 11 November 2014

FOOD FROM THE EARTH


An edible challenge from Carmi this week!   Food from the earth - sounds delicious to me, and I had a hard job choosing some photographs, as I always like taking shots of vegetables and fruits whenever I go to a market, either here in the UK or on holiday.

So I came up with these four - lovely familiar vegetables I can find any day, in season, of course.


Cauliflower


  
Sprouts ready for Christmas, sold on the stem.



Radishes - these were in Norway, but look just the same as ours!


And carrots - how could we manage without them in the winter?

Go to the link above to see what others have found ready for a fine dinner, and please leave a comment if you visit me - I do love to get them!

6 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I've got radishes and carrots, too!

I used to get those Brussels sprout on the stem from the Union Square greenmarket in Manhattan. I don't run across them around here in Ohio. Keeps them much tastier, I think.
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DougPhoto2009 said...

Fresh produce, especially Brussels sprouts on a stem, is the best. Thanks for sharing.

Karen S. said...

All delicious earthy selections, and your captures are just perfect!

Michèle Dextras & Jean-Claude Barre said...

What gorgeous colours! Love brussel sprouts, they only come out around Christmas time here! And Gilly those tomatoes are not from my garden, I am far from having a green thumb! It was a huge field of tomatoes somewhere in France.

Bob Scotney said...

Now you have me wondering what is Nye Norsk for radish.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

P.S. That's an Irish Wolfhound puppy, Gilly. One of five....more pics to come!
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