Vegetable Dip Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a plate of green sugar peas, red cherry tomatoes and orange carrots. A small bowl filled with creamy dip is placed in the center.

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JAMP124
Apr 25, 2017
It would be nice if someone would sit that in front of me ---- right now!
elijah13
Feb 18, 2017
A real quickie. Like veggie dip, but peas?? I don't think so.
micki
Mar 26, 2016
Veggie dip..check. Carrots..check. What on earth are the peas doing there? Never in my life have I put out peas and dip on the same plate. I just don't get it. Guess I'm not a real healthy eater anyway. Like chips and dip better!!
elijah13
Feb 18, 2017
Can't see peas to go with a dip. Never have seen that on a dip plate.
PurplePandora
Jul 21, 2016
Me too. I do like raw carrots and raw asparagus. That's it! The rest of the stuff, including tomatoes taste better cooked. We make a tomato sauce that is just tomatoes, salt and parsley, cooked until it's thick and yummy, great with crusty Italian or French bread. I could make a meal out of it, but no raw tomatoes.
CatLadyOKC
Dec 30, 2014
Veggies are always good for New Year's party...
Fun puzzle to do....
kjd3682
Mar 24, 2014
Recently found out that if you put the 'stub' (root end) of a celery stalk in warm water, change the water every few days, it will grow a new stalk of celery for you! when it gets big enough, transfer to a garden. Mine is currently about an inch above the root end. I'll give it another week, then transplant. Want to be sure we're past any frost.
bigbird4
Aug 7, 2014
Well its been a few months, how is your celery doing? I have the property to have a garden. just have not figured out how to not feed all the ground squirrels.
kjd3682
Aug 8, 2014
Celery died a slow death...the heat got to be too much for it. It is actually alive, but no real 'stalk' to it, just a few leaves. I did some research, turns out this is the hardest way to grow celery. Seeds are much easier, figures, right? :-) oh well, a fun experiment!
bigbird4
Aug 10, 2014
Nothing ventured, nothing gained :)
kjd3682
Aug 11, 2014
Next year I'll go back to my wonderful cherry tomatoes. They grow beautifully, and I always get a fair amount. And LOVE the aroma of fresh ones!
toadalove
Jun 4, 2014
Still yumm!
toadalove
May 26, 2014
Yumm!
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