Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
This is very good. I have always wondered why they are called egg plants. I have never seen a white eggplant before, Vicki.
Clever, I am glad you added words, either way I got a good chuckle, nice photo..now you have me wondering, and it is late, so will wait till you tell us -- why?Joanny
Love your photo of the 'eggplant'. I presume that eggplant gained it's name from the small white ones that are the shape and size of eggs?
That is the cutest picture!
cute picture....happens tot eh best of us vicki
The perfect fit.
Cool photo Vicki. I hope you're going to tell us why an eggplant is called an eggplant.I hope you're enjoying this cool weather that we woke up to this morning. Sam
This is the first year I've grown the white eggplants. It seems to me that the name must have come from the resemblance. I haven't actually checked.
That's a cute little eggplant. I think that the big purple ones are laid by the Purple People Eater.
What a delightful photo!!
Vickii.c. so you think it is the shape... sure is not the taste. Please share your recipes for this amazing delicacy. I have only two recipes, so tired of them. cheers,Joannythanks for the lovely comment, I was beginning to wonder-- what if.. did they get it..lolJ.Ro
Vicki -- Like your photo -- I assume by your explanation that you had computer trouble? -- barbara
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