Saturday, 27 June 2015

1001 things to do with a cucumber!

Ok, it's starting off in a slow trickle but the
Online novelty veg photo entries for the Flower Show 
are arriving
I'm posting a couple today to wet your artistic juices
So arses into gear please


Entries to
jgsheffield@hotmail.com

23 comments:

  1. I thought of 2 other things, but you cannot post those pix here! tee hee! ;-)

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  2. I'm just not that creative with veggies!!

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  3. That Green Man is fabulous. Your contributors are so talented! You know what you can do with the cucumber...

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  4. I am green with envy and look desperately at my own veggies, prim and unimaginative. They are. Me? A bit...

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  5. I was a little worried when I saw this post title, but, well, i'm loving the pictures!

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  6. Love both of these John. Why can't I think of something so clever.

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  7. Oh! They're lovely!

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  8. Fantastic...and I thought I was really gonna learn 1001 ways to use a cucumber!

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  9. Love that lettuce head! That's funny!

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  10. The lettuce greenman is amazeballs!

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  11. The green man is superb. What great commenters you have!

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  12. I love what is hatching from the egg shells. Art.

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  13. 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.

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  14. 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!

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    1. Thanks, Sheila, Knowing that there's at least one who'd remember the programme has made my effort worthwhile.

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  15. You should see what I can do with a zucchini and a red hot chilli.

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  16. I love that first one, and was relieved to see that this post wasn't what the title led me to believe.

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  17. Love the "Green Man" is that right ?

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Shouldn't that be 'Greens' man? hehe

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  18. Such ingenuity! Brilliant!

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