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Thursday, May 21, 2009

First Radishes


Spring has come slowly this year. This morning I took a break from memorizing French idioms to empty the compost pail. Oh, the excitement! Wandering back I stopped to inspect my garden and picked these fresh radishes. Hmmm. What will I do with them. I like them just plain, but I have enough to make some sort of salad with...I'll have to investigate. Meanwhile, the bright colours are cheery.
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6 comments:

  1. How do you say radishes in French?? Your studying makes me remember the stress in studying for finals. Stop by & say "hi" soon. If you like what you see, be sure to click the "Follow" button on the right. Be sure to take a look around the boutique by just clicking on the Gold Frame of Porcelain roses on the upper right hand column. Enjoy your time there & stop by as often as you like!

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  2. What a sight for sore eyes! And what a lovely break from French idioms, I'm sure.

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  3. Lovely.
    You are a few weeks ahead of us :-)

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  4. Lorrie...don't you just love the eat things that you have planted and grown in your own garden? I've never figured out what makes them taste so much better BUT they do! Hope your salad was delicious.

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  5. So did you eat them? I think I would have to eat radishes if I grew them! Otherwise...they would look pretty in an arrangement!

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  6. Beautiful radishes Lorrie!
    Enjoy the freshness of the season.
    I love sliced radishes with salt and pepper on french bread with butter.
    Have you ever tried that before?
    Have a lovely day.
    Constance

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