... where it's not about the camera.
Are those tainted tomatoes?
How much to bail out them apples?
Here in CO, we call that last shot an invitation to solmonella...(sp?)...No tomatoes right now here so the shot is making me want one with some salt and pepper!
Rick: I think the broccili was the best picture of the group.
I was surprised about the tomatoes too - here in P-burg I couldn't get them on my sandwich at Wendy's yesterday!Great shots as always!
I guess we all need to plant some tomato seeds.... Remember the green onion scare that killed Chi Chi's Restaurants? Then there was the baby spinach scare. The alar apple scare. The red grape scare. Y2K... what will be next??? Fear is such a paralyzing and unhealthy thing!
Just a little "blog-watch" detail - you forgot to label Produce 129, 108 and 104, so they don't come up when you click the Lable collection... I wouldn't want my friends or I to miss a single one!Bloggers like you are such very kind people, to share your vision so generously. Thanks again for the inspiration - I can see why your shots are so amazing - your dedication and persistence are incredible. 130 Thursdays of Produce Blogging !!!Hearty Congratulations!
Wow, thanks Kyle! I've fixed that now.
Hey Rick,Invite those produce shoppers to experiment a little bit and come up with a fabulous edible creation. Anyone who loves to cook and create in the kitchen can have the chance to see their favorite original recipe on the grocery store shelf. It's the 2008 West Virginia Recipe Challenge! It's easy to enter, just go to www.statefairofwv.com or call (304) 645-1090 for more information. Registrations must be received by Noon, July 12th.
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