We should try to be as excited about favorite vegetable as we were about favorite ice cream.For Cach's sake.
Asparagus is your favorite vegegable? EWW!Mine is SQUASH! Yumm!
Broccoli, hands down. My grandson calls 'em "trees" and eats all he can get. Smart lad, that one.
Butter beans!!! But not those huge no-color beans that the stores call butter beans. I LOVE the butter beans like my grandparents used to grow in their garden. The closest thing I can find to those is what the stores call "baby lima beans." And the best way to fix them is to cook them with some ham/bacon, salt, and sugar. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
I haven't had butter beans since I was a kid. That sounds goooooood!
Fresh home grown tomatoes, though some would call them a fruit...
I make a nice vegetable dish, with asparagus, heart of palm, and artichoke hearts - lightly cooked with a little olive oil and some balsamic vinegar. In general, I am a good vegetable eater.
Broccoli, but only if it's got cheese on it...Or celery. But only if it's got peanut butter or cheeze whiz on it.Did I mention that cheese and peanut butter are my two favorite foods?
The "Red Pod Okra" is fast growing and bountiful. The foliage and fruit have a lush, tropical appearance. Quite tasty!
Well, uh,....Herbert. Thank you for that bit of gardening advice. Had I a garden, Red Pod Okra would be the next planted seed!Seth, try again, my love.I also love broccoli (especially with cheese, and especially in a casserole), AND squash, AND butter beans! My first experience with butter beans was at my friend's house in Atlanta, GA. Family recipe. Oh wow! I didn't know beans could be that good!Truevyne, I'd like a taste of those home grown tomatos, and Euphrony, that sounds like some dish!I'm hungry.
Carrots! Yea for carrots!
green beans, yummy
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