Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Take Your Pick

These won't be around much longer, so take your pick now.

Several inches of rain from a tropical storm a few weeks ago brought out the best in our gardens, and here's the bounty...nicely arranged for customers at the Selma Flea Market.

12 comments:

Kathleen said...

Muscadines or Scuppernogs...YUMMMM

Tanya said...

Yummm, nothing is better than homegrown tomatoes!

Hope said...

Tomatoes & Okra...Yummy!

Halcyon said...

Are those greengages? I'll take a basket of them and some tomatoes!

Ms. Hays said...

OhOhOh, I'll take some tomatoes!!! NIIIICE!

Lessie said...

Okra and tomatoes -- and colors!

Barbara Rahal said...

mm I like the Ocras!!!! mm tomates!

Dan said...

Yummy. Love those tomatoes! We have a ginormous plant but not one tiny little tomatoe on it. Apprently it doesn't get cool enough around here to encourge those little red buggers to pop out!

dot said...

It all looks good! I wonder if that's an apple from North Georgia.

Rose said...

I will take some of the okra, please! Sounds delicious. I have a few green tomatoes left; I can cut them up together, add meal and a little flour, fry it and have a meal fit for a king. But okra alone would do fine.

Z said...

In the category of too much information:

Okra - I have a like don't like relationship with them. I've decided I love them (even a little overcooked) in Thai red curry. Other things, not that much.

How about you? BTW, how did you pickle pears?

Rambling Round said...

Hi Z, I like my okra coated with cornmeal and fried or stir-fried with tomatoes, onions and peppers.

I will send you the pickled pear recipe.