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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

V is for veg
from the local Tuesday farmer's market. Right now there are lettuces, spring onions, snap peas, new potatoes for sale plus these small, vibrant Swiss Chard and their Asian cousins, baby Bok Choy who came home with me. Together with. . .

a box of fruit!

See many more V words at Mrs Nesbitt's meme, ABC Wednesday, now heading toward the finish line of Round 4.

14 comments:

Bren said...

Look at that beautiful kitty in the box! ADORABLE! Happy Late SPRING Dear friend. Is your garden ready for summer? Can't wait to stop back and see what you blog next.

Grace and Bradley said...

Very good, you can actually find baby bok choy in the market. On the other hand it is very easy grow. When we first live in France that we could not find any Chinese vegetable from the market and I used to grew this baby bok choy my own.

Cloudia said...

your boxed fruit seems to resemble my kitty! Wonderous; Aloha-

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Thanks for your best wishes Noni! My grandson will call me Nonna when he learns how to talk :-)

Your veggies made my mouth water --especially the Swiss Chard!
My kitty also has to check out all boxes and laundry baskets ...cats are so funny that way.

RuneE said...

That ought to add up to quite a bit of goodies around the table.

PS Thank you for the comment - fjords are like this, but we have a bit more traffic than most.

i beati said...

I want to join this meme so fun

Marie Reed said...

awww.... Have a nice snooze kitty!

jay said...

I LOVE vegetables! I love them so much that it would be easier to list the ones I don't like, than the ones I do.

Asparagus, okra, and artichokes - all types - are the ones I hate. Other than that, whatever you serve me will be eaten with pleasure!

Carol said...

Those vegis look great! Love the box of fruit shot...so cute

Leslie: said...

Great choice for our V-Day. We had the first Sunday for our market this past week, but I missed it. You can buy all sorts of vegs and fruits and baking and home-made items at our market that is held every 2nd Sunday throughout the summer. Such fun!

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

Hi Noni and thank you for stopping by. Great choice for V I grow swiss chard but the are still very small.

Noni, very unusual name...I like it!

Take Care Tyra

Judy Merrill-Smith said...

I love it when cats have a box fetish . . .

Tumblewords: said...

Ah, what is better than fresh vegetables. I purchased locally grown lettuce at the nearby Safeway store today - recently had kale for the first time and think I could become addicted to it. Wonderful post!

inlandempiregirl said...

I love the veggie photo. We are able to enjoy swiss chard from our garden now. I love it when the early crops are ready to harvest.