"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
I thought of 2 other things, but you cannot post those pix here! tee hee! ;-)
I'm just not that creative with veggies!!
That Green Man is fabulous. Your contributors are so talented! You know what you can do with the cucumber...
I am green with envy and look desperately at my own veggies, prim and unimaginative. They are. Me? A bit...
I was a little worried when I saw this post title, but, well, i'm loving the pictures!
Love both of these John. Why can't I think of something so clever.
Oh! They're lovely!
Fantastic...and I thought I was really gonna learn 1001 ways to use a cucumber!
Love that lettuce head! That's funny!
The lettuce greenman is amazeballs!
The green man is superb. What great commenters you have!
I love what is hatching from the egg shells. Art.
Not what I expected but delightful. Only a chap from Blighty would say "So arses into gear please" a bit rude and polite at the same time.
You may well not know what I'm talking about, J.G., but other blog-followers of yours of my generation will. - Your title reminded me of 'Round the Horne' :-Betty Marsden, as Fanny Haddock (in deep voice); "And now, my dahlings, I want to show you one hundred and one things to do with a cucumber".Kenneth Horne: Yes - and it's the 'one' that I'm worried about!
Thanks, Sheila, Knowing that there's at least one who'd remember the programme has made my effort worthwhile.
You should see what I can do with a zucchini and a red hot chilli.
I love that first one, and was relieved to see that this post wasn't what the title led me to believe.
Love the "Green Man" is that right ?cheers, parsnip
Shouldn't that be 'Greens' man? hehe
Such ingenuity! Brilliant!
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