Green Vegetables Jigsaw Puzzle

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fiestyolelady
Aug 7, 2014
I have frest cucumbers in vinagar right now. yum!
Starrphyre
Aug 7, 2014
Fiesty, try this:
Cucumber and Sour Cream Salad

Ingredients
1/2 cup sour cream
2 teaspoons sugar
1 teaspoon white vinegar
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon dill weed
4 medium cucumbers, sliced
In a large bowl, combine sour cream, sugar, vinegar, salt and dill.
Add cucumbers; toss to coat. Chill for at least 30 minutes. Yield: 8-10 servings.
You may adjust vinegar and/or sour cream to taste. Don't forget the dill weed.
DELICIOUS!
dbnc2
Aug 8, 2014
That sounds good
pixipixil
Aug 8, 2014
My mom made a similar salad minus the dill and sugar plus some very thin slivered onions. You have to let the onions and cukes sit with some salt overnight.
Starrphyre
Aug 20, 2014
Go back to my recipe. I forgot, dang it, that it also needs chopped green onions. Be sure to put them in also! Important!
JAMP124
Aug 14, 2016
Or try this:
I call then Danish Cucumbers, because I had them in Denmark.
English seedless cucumbers --- long, thin, usually wrapped in plastic. Sliced paper thin.
Equal parts of vinegar, sugar and water. Start with 1/4 cup of each. Add salt and pepper to taste. Mix and add sliced cucumbers. It could be considered a relish, but I love them so much, it's a vegetable for me!
rahrah1820
Nov 2, 2017
Cucumbers with thinly sliced onions are great with a ranch dressing covering, chilled.
aussiesapphire
Aug 7, 2014
Some strange looking vegetables here ;)

"A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort." Herm Albright

Good night dear friends, take care. God bless all of you. Hugs.

I'm a gardener and I'm OK
I sleep all night and I plant all day!
I dress in grubby clothing, and hang around with slugs.
Oh I'm happy in the garden
With dirt and plants and bugs.
pixipixil
Aug 7, 2014
Love the Albright quote. It sure annoys the naysayers.
vmarie
Aug 7, 2014
Love the poem. (I'm a gardener, too! )
vmarie
Aug 7, 2014
P.S. I bought one of those strange-looking vegetables at the store. Looks a bit like a squash crossed with a ridged cucumber. Quite bitter--will require steaming and mixing with sweeter vegetables, such as peas and carrots.
mamag15
Aug 7, 2014
That would be a nice poem for my sister. She loves gardening. Tomatoes, beans, lettuce, cucumbers, onions, squash, and all kinds of yummy vegetables. I love her home canned spaghetti sauce and chili. Yummy for my tummy.
nlbuchanan
Aug 7, 2014
Love the poem, aussie!
aussiesapphire
Aug 7, 2014
There was no credit given to the write of the poem, should have put anonymous there. Just thought it appropriate. Hugs.
trynfindit
Apr 21, 2017
Vmarie - I responded to an earlier post about that warty, sorta-cucumber-looking thing:

Once a Vietnamese lady showed me some veggies she'd grown and they look like that. She said they were called 'bitter melon' and gave me some to taste. That tiny bite drew my mouth up and I made a terrible face which made her laugh. I asked her how they ate those things and she said, "They are GOOD for you! " I said yes that I'm sure they are but they were so bitter how could they eat them. She laughed again and said, "They are GOOD for you."

I also grew a garden and she loved the tomatoes but was totally bewildered that you couldn't eat the plants. "Big waste" she would say, but she loved the tomatoes.
Coravee
Feb 11, 2016
Not sure what those green spiny things are, but the rest I recognize and use, except for the okra. It is used more in the southern USA..
trynfindit
Apr 21, 2017
Once a Vietnamese lady showed me some veggies she'd grown and they look like that. She said they were called 'bitter melon' and gave me some to taste. That tiny bite drew my mouth up and I made a terrible face which made her laugh. I asked her how they ate those things and she said, "They are GOOD for you! " I said yes that I'm sure they are but they were so bitter how could they eat them. She laughed again and said, "They are GOOD for you."

I also grew a garden and she loved the tomatoes but was totally bewildered that you couldn't eat the plants. "Big waste" she would say, but she loved the tomatoes.
elijah13
Nov 17, 2016
Don't care for cucumbers but like all the rest. Just can't have leafy veggies because of kidney stones. I do miss my salads, but as long as it keeps me from getting another kidney stone, I can live with that verdict!
Starrphyre
Mar 19, 2015
I read somewhere recently that peoples' gardens were raided by the narcotics people because they were growing okra! Apparently, okra leaves look a lot like marijuana leaves (especially from a helicopter). Wow! Unbelievable and a travesty! Dirty deal!
micki
Nov 13, 2014
Since my forte does not lie in the kitchen, I don't know the names of half of these veggies.
tshepherd24
Oct 3, 2014
Some of those green vegetables look delicious.
hockeyfan
Aug 12, 2014
Very attractive puzzle of all the veggies.
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