Saturday, October 18, 2008

Giant Bell Pepper?

No, not a giant but a rather small one. This is the last pepper in my patch and it turned red because it was hidden under the leaves. Madeline found it and requested that I blog it since I blogged my first one of the season. I'm going to chop it up for my "World famous" veggie-beef soup that I'm cooking for lunch today. The tiny wagon is the one Santa left me in the mid 1930s. You can see it was well used but they were well made out of steel in those days. The kneeling boy is made of crushed pecan shells.

3 comments:

BrasherGirl said...

What a great photo...the bell pepper almost looks like a little pumpkin sitting in the wagon! I'm sure it will add some wonderful flavor to your soup!

Karl and/or Madeline said...

Yum Yum Good...Yum Yum Good...That's what the soup was...Yum Yum Good. It turned out great and we have enough left for about 3 more meals....Dad

Tattycat said...

That pepper looks yummy and I know that soup was! The little wagon is precious. What a priceless heirloom!