This is my first attempt to follow the rules of the Round Robin Photo Challenge. For a complete list, clink this link: Round Robin List of Participants
Here what The Robin has to say:
Are you all ready to EAT YOUR VEGETABLES? Tee Hee. I hope so, because that is the subject of our next Round Robin Challenge! And that challenge will take place on Saturday, February 9th. Jill, one of our newest members,who authors the blog, "Letting Crazy Take A Spin" recently submitted the idea, and here is what she says...
"Anything veggie related. Veggies can be so interesting."
So, does that mean you should take a photo of yourself eating veggies? No, of course not. But you could photograph one of your very favorite vegetables to have with dinner. Or maybe a lot of vegetables on display, like at the grocery store or market stand. How about your favorite salad? Sure, why not? As long as it is veggie related you will be on track. Even if you HATE vegetables, you can take a picture of the one you hate the most, and then tell us why. LOL. Personally, I love my veggies, and I can think of a thousand different ways this challenge can be done. But first, every once in a while it's a good idea to review the rules a bit, so lets do that now...
OK, I will follow the rules. I will follow the rules ! I will follow the rules !
I love potatoes. I love potatoes anyway you can imagine them being prepared... hash browned, french-fried, mashed, riced, souped, baked, twice-baked, third-baked, boiled, au gratin, poached (can you poach potatoes?), potato chipped, Pringled, casseroled, stringed in a can. I even love raw potatoes with salt on them. Sweet potatotes, too, with a bit of butter and brown sugar. Bring 'em on. I can eat my weight in potatoes.
That low-carb diet would never work for me. Dr. Atkins and the people at South Beach were just
baking barking up the wrong tree as far as I am concerned.
Give me my potatoes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
So, without anymore talkin', here's the topic of my Round Robin Photo Challenge.
Potatoes and More Potatoes... A plant (Solanum tuberosum) of the Nightshade family, and its esculent farinaceous tuber, of which there are numerous varieties used for food. It is native of South America, but a form of the species is found native as far north as New Mexico: