Sunday, July 20, 2014

Our Beautiful World 56 ~ Vegetable

This week at



Manuela from Germany picked the word

Vegetable

When I travel, I always love visiting market places, market where local goes to....

 snap this in Paris..... on our walk back to the hotel after visiting the Opera House


this is the vegetable garden in my friend's house in Grafing, Germany


I am not big on vegetable but somehow on that one day in Munich, I just grab a plate of green for lunch


and this one is the sides for my meaty fatty German Schweinebraten


and then of course there are these from my own garden


got them early this week and they are in the jars right now..


I am sharing one of these with my friend who loves pickled jalapeno, we are going to her house for dinner this evening.



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with these lovely ladies




24 comments:

Andie Miller said...

Kirsty- your photos are so wonderful. Full of color and life and stories. I just love them. It might be a stretch for me to float some pics inspired by the word vegetable this week. I'll try, but no promises!

Elborgi said...

love your vegetable pictures! I'll see: you love the german food:-)

Hello from Elma

Ros Crawford said...

Wow your Jalapenos are fabulous!! Terrific photos Kirsty ... Your friend has a great vegetable garden ...

Ira Huberts said...

Love those shots Kirsty and your jalapeños look exquisite, bet they taste even better! ;-)
Ira’s Crea Corner

Tieva said...

Great pictures, the jalapenos looks yummi ;o)

Gabi

Martina said...

Veggies and fruits always greatly inspire me - glad you love them too! Happy sunday!

Manuela said...

yummy!! I like also the jalapenos! They look very good.
And the salad looks also very good! I could eat that right now!
It's fun to harvest your own vegetable.
Have a good week.
Manuela

Desire Fourie said...

Nothing so healthy as fresh vegetables and its even more special coming from your own garden.
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Audrey Pettit said...

Very fun pictures, Kirsty! I always love to see photos of your world travels...and seriously love that you pickle peppers from your own garden. That is awesome!

Robyn Oliver said...

My hubby would love you Kirsty - he loves his jalapenos. At present we don't have a vege garden will remember to contact you on pickling them in the future. Lovely set of photos. Hugs Robyn ps welcome for soup

Davi said...

Kirsty love all you veggie shots! Your peppers look great and pickled looks pretty yummy :) We just picked some yesterday.

Davi said...

Kirsty love all you veggie shots! Your peppers look great and pickled looks pretty yummy :) We just picked some yesterday.

alexandra s.m. said...

Such a yummy post Kirsty!
Thank YOu!!

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE your jalepeno peppers both whole and in the jar!

Lululiz said...

Gorgeously rich and colourful photos. Those jalepeno peppers look awesome. I'd love to know how you pickle them.

1CardCreator said...

Beautiful photos and those peppers are making my mouth water! ~Diane

Lindsey said...

Your post made me hungry. :) Such beautiful pictures!

Pam said...

All those vegies and the salad look so tasty Kirsty!
Those Japapenos look so pretty all done up in the bottles. Too hot for me but my husband loves them! :)

Sylvia said...

Wonderful photos, Kirsty and from all over the world as well. Always love seeing them, thanks for sharing!

Mascha said...

Hmm, it looks all so delicate!
I like too look at markets in foreign towns...and today I show pictures from our vegetable market in Wernigerode, Germany. It is on every tuesday and friday - I like our little market.

Denise van Deventer said...

Love your photo's Kirsty and those pickled chilli's look awesome! ;-)

JD/ Jill said...

Wonderful photoa! And as someone said in a comment above mine..."I am hungry now!" I guess I now need to take a blogging break and go grab something to eat! smile.

Pat (mspfd) said...

Beautiful photos! Vegetables never looked so good!!

Lynette Jacobs said...

Beautiful photos...the veggies look yummy.