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I think those three veggies would make a great little salad.
Poor husband. Lucky you! They look lovely...even the empty pods.
Yummy! I love sweet peas. And this story made me chuckle. :)
Congratulations on your first harvest. Gardens are just plain FUN! Well, they are until the woodchucks, chipmunks and deer invade. That's another page... enjoy this one.
May I choose to believe that mini-vegetables are harvested from your mini-garden and you live in a mini-house?I am enjoying your harvest photos. Very nice...
I have to see what our cucumbers are doing! Those peas look delish...
Yum, yum, yum this post is so delicious I would have eaten it all myself...if you hadn't gotten to it first.
Nothing as wonderful as fresh peas!I'm enjoying our not-so-mini garden, too.
Mother used to complain that I ate more peas out of the pod then I put in the pail. I love them like that.Thank you for your visit to my Pepper Jax post. Your comment about Pepper Jax is appreciated. I had thought we had owned Jack Russell Terriers before, and still think our "Tiger" was one but maybe not. My wife and girls said we owned more Toy Fox Terriers than anything else. We are thankful for Pepper Jax. What a nice dog he is.
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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