Saturday, May 8, 2010

Another harvest: green and purple










six lady's fingers and an eggplant.


bangchik
putrajaya malaysia

17 comments:

  1. I think that the eggplant looks so beautiful. I don't know why but I've never tasted any. I'll have to do something about that =)

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  2. The eggplant is such a wonderful color - just lovely.

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  3. ah, look at you go! Eggplant and okra!

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  4. I will take the eggplant, you can keep the lady fingers :D Looks yummy.

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  5. I love eating both of these in stir frys. They taste great together!

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  6. Lovely colours bangchik, both look delicious.

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  7. Beautiful colours and delicious taste is what makes these plants special!

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  8. ~gittan
    Many years ago Rod Steward sang "the first cut is the deepest"... and for your phobia with eggplant I would say "first attempt is the toughest".

    ~Just Jenn
    Yes, nice with the deep purple.

    ~Kim and Victoria
    Yea, beautiful and both found their way into Kakdah's curry.

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  9. ~Jessica
    haha... I know you really like the eggplant.

    ~Jenn's Cooking Garden!
    Stir fry is nice if served hot.

    ~ebecca @ In The Garden
    They are not just fruits/vegetables. Their colours and shapes make them so adourable.

    BANGCHIK

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  10. ~AaronVFT
    They really are special. Lady's finger doesn't last long as a plant. They grow quick and die quick too. But eggplants last forever it seems.

    BANGCHIK

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  11. Great healthy harvest, Bang Chik! Suitable for a meal of Assam Pedas!

    Based on your comment to AaronVFT, mmm...I should try planting eggplants too. Still waiting for my 6 lady finger plants to bear me fruits. It has been a looooooong wait. Still no flower yet.

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  12. ~J.C.
    Assam Pedas.. yes, a must in Melaka. Give the plants enough fertiliser and water.. they will respond favourably.

    BANGCHIK

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  13. wahh...bestnya saya tgk hasil tanaman bang chik..eh salam perkenalan yer..sebenarnya da lama saya follow blog ni.
    Best ek dok putrajaya pun bley bercucuk tanam.
    Pastu readers blog ni pun semua dr overseas!

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  14. I wish, I wish, I wish I could grow okra! I have tried several times using heated propagator inside greenhouse but they never come to anything! I love okra!

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  15. ~YUZIE AMIR
    Salam perkenalan juga dari Bangchik dan Kakdah. Nak cucuk tanam, tak kira sangat tempatnya, Putrajaya ke, KL ke, mana2 boleh. Tak ada tanah, tanam dalam pasu saja macam penghuni apartment. T, Kasih.

    ~Matron
    No harm trying again and again. One day, Okra will grow and give the best flower to you....

    BANGCHIK

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  16. Yummy !
    But I've heard eating too much eggplant will affect your eyesights... :-(

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  17. ~ KL Vegetable Garden
    Affecting our sights..?.. never heard before. But we don't eat eggplant every meal, everyday the whole year... haha.

    Bangchik

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