Tag Archives: vegetables
Dontcha just love the Daily Mail? I mean, these are the things we really care about, our real kitchen-table issues. I’ve seen eggplants that look like accidental dongs and plenty of pears that made my kids giggle about ample women’s behinds.
Shoot, I’ll be there’s a blog out there that chronicles them. If not, let’s start one. How ’bout VeggieMorphs for a title?
People are having chemo, ruptured discs, foot surgery, etc. So I’m cooking.
And I also made pound cakes, and the damned cookies for my sister, and brown rice, because tomorrow I’m making broccoli-cauliflower casserole. Somehow or another. And I suppose this meal needs some cornbread, doesn’t it?
Your word of the day. Brit chick claims an actual phobia of vegetables.
I can see irrational fear of spiders, heights — even meat. But not beauteous veggies.
“As an invented word, there’s nothing to say you can’t be both more creative and exact in defining your child’s specific fear by sticking Latin or Greek sounding words on at the end as, say Lachanophobia Brussel Sproutus . . . more >”
I’m not buying it. What about you?
The reward for the job of chopping vegetables: look at all those beautiful colors!