I decided that my entry for this challenge should be fruit and vegetables. I don’t grow anything myself and won’t even take credit for the apples that the tree provides me with because apart from having it pruned I leave it to its own devices most of the year.
So I turned to the fridge. Normally that would not be a lot of help either. I buy most of my vegetables frozen because I simply can’t go to the shops for fresh stuff whenever I like, well I could but it is a long walk and I don’t like asking people to drive me all the time. Also I really hate chopping things.
However, as it happened I bought a Savoy cabbage and half a cauliflower yesterday. Today when we arrived at the Op Shop our Wednesday co-worker had left a pile of small pumpkins for us to share. I only took one, all I need and I have to admit I took it because I wanted to photograph it more than I wanted to eat it.
Here is some fruit, I like to have a lemon or two in the fridge.
Finally ending where we began with apples grown at a local orchard. We live in Tasmania’s biggest apple growing area. I would never buy apples that came from outside the state no matter how badly I wanted one.