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Of The Earth

By Joline
OK, I am officially desperate for color and freshness now. I am resorting to taking photos in the grocery store!
This reminds me of my childhood when the root cellar was getting empty and we were down to potatoes, onions and turnips....waiting for those first greens of spring, usually dandelions, which we cooked with salt pork and thought it was a feast.

Tags: Vegetables Close-up and macro

Voters: saeidNL, CarolG, pascalg and 24 more


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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
28 Feb 2012 11:10AM
Nicely composed and captured in good light
saeid

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Fefe Plus
5 23 31 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2012 11:24AM
A good amount of different colours in just two "white" vegetables. I fancy a stew for tea now....................
Diane
danbrann Plus
12 636 17
28 Feb 2012 11:35AM
That really is living off the land Joline.
mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.0k 1598 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2012 11:48AM
The days when vegetables didn't get flown in from exotic places... The title is spot on.
Moira
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
28 Feb 2012 12:10PM
But that is what we got on the menu now!
our last onions, spuds and parsnips and carrots... I just buy some leeks and 'winnebagos' as Chris calls the rutabagas as our own were too small this year.

Actually, the frost has improved the parsnips. I buy some oranges and lime too top up the diet. I think flying veggies in from the other side of the world is costly and we don't really need it. Oranges come from Spain, they come by lorryloads.
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
28 Feb 2012 12:22PM
I agree Annette. I try to buy local as much as possible, unfortunately here there is not much local produce here at this time of year, its all still under snow. We are beginning to see vegetables and fruit from the south though.
28 Feb 2012 12:40PM
nice one !
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
28 Feb 2012 12:44PM
They look the same as the red rooster potatoes we get in our store here Joline.
Perhaps I had their brothers and sisters for my Sunday dinner !!
Good shot.
Mick.
luceombra 5 27 5 Italy
28 Feb 2012 1:39PM

Quote:The days when vegetables didn't get flown in from exotic places... The title is spot on.
Moira



I agree
Al
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
28 Feb 2012 2:06PM
LOL-- a ? Lorrie load ? truck load of oranges from any where they are grown driven to Maine would spoil before they got there--- Super markets help at this time of year!
a good one Joline!
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
28 Feb 2012 2:15PM
Another trip down memory lane....my grandfather would walk to town for the staples like tea and sugar. He would usually bring back one orange. An exotic treat if there ever was one!
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 10 10 England
28 Feb 2012 3:12PM
It was nice though when vegetables had seasons and you looked forward to the first...... Easter Sunday was always lamb and the first new potatoes - haaaaa memories.
Joan.
AnnChown Plus
7 202 1 United Kingdom
28 Feb 2012 5:32PM
Good composition Joline - I'm looking forward to some tasty greens too.
Ann
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
28 Feb 2012 7:01PM
Lovely ' natural ' image Joline.
Well presented.
Ron
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
1 Mar 2012 9:02PM
We had a root cellar too - on the far - I remember in the early spring the eyes on those potatoes were growing roots! Back then we only had potatoes, carrots and rutabagas - I think we bought onions. Norway has come a ways with vegetable selections these days!

Anne

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