Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Salad Feast

I made a tasty salad from the garden... radish, pepper, spinach, lettuce, and tomato. Mmmm!


Diana said...

That does look like quite the feast. Isn't it great to have fall veggies so late into the year?

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Bob said...

That sure is a good looking radish. I love radishes and was wondering, what kind is it?

Lancashire rose said...

Isn't it wonderful to be still picking tomatoes in November. I must check my radishes- I bet they are ready after yesterdays rain.

SomeLikeItHot said...

Sorry I haven't checked my blog in a few days.

The radish is called "Crimson Giant"

I do love still getting tomatoes, but Diana I think your loss of the tomato plants a few months ago was a blessing in disguise. I just had to rip out my 4 cherry tomato plants (due to pests) and it's much too late to start new ones. I think next year I'm going to start fresh for the fall garden.