Thursday, September 25, 2008

Fall vegetables treat!


For Thankful Thursday that Rhondi of Rose Colored Glasses is hosting, I am really thankful for fall fruits and vegetables that are grown locally. Last Monday afternoon a friend and I took a trip to the Blueberry Farm and picked veggies that you can only find at an Asian stores. The above photo is just a sample of what we harvested. As soon as I got home, I cooked a veggie stew right away ... you can't get any fresher than that! yummy!

10 comments:

Chris said...

Nance,

All great minds think alike! I just posted about fall veggies for my Thankful Thursday post too!

Veggie stew?? I've gotta try that!

Have a great day, Chris

Mother Nature's Garden said...

Those look yummy.
Donna

caryn said...

wow, that's a really colorful spread you have! ;-)

Mari said...

Fresh veggies...the best, just picked from the garden. Yummy, I love them. How I wished I planted veggies this year, but lazy me, didn't do it. Next year maybe.

Have a good one!

jeanne said...

Nance, Nothing is better than fresh veggies. I have a feel good experience every time I make fresh veggie soup. As a little girl we lived on a farm. I remember well the vegetable garden and the delicious meals we had when our mom cooked them.

Enjoy the little things in life.

Hugs, Jeanne

CONNIE said...

I see UPO (bottle gourd)- great for chop suey. I also see string beans and bitter melon.... so Filipino. Yum-yum...


Have a nice weekend, Nance. I got your e-mail. You're such a sweetheart. Thanks.

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Those veggies look great! I wish I was up there this weekend for the Grape Fest...I miss that alot! We would always stop in the old Cohocton General Store for bags of candy on the way back to Hornell...
Penny

Rhondi said...

Hi Nance
I am so glad that you are part of thankful Thursday. I love the produce of autumn also. Hope you're enjoying the weekend.
Hugs, Rhondi

Tracy said...

Hi, Nance! Lovely vegetable abundance...mmm...Thanks so much for stopping by! Happy Days to you & yours :o)

Vk-mahalkaayo said...

ganda naman sa inyo dyan, meron nito sa garden or can buy sa farm?

dito ang mahal, kung bibili sa asia store...

yon upo na yon, siguro 5 euro na....

i know, dyan daw parang pinas, mabili at makain lahat, parang pinas....

kahit na daw hot pandesal, meron---lahat-lahat daw.

nice ano?