adj. dodg·i·er, dodg·i·est Chiefly British
1. Evasive; shifty.
2. Unsound, unstable, and unreliable.
3. So risky as to require very deft handling.
I think dodgy applies to my garden. The basil looks evasive, the lettuce shifty.
And the tomatoes are unsound, unstable, and unreliable.
But still producing. So I took a risky move and made Ina's Scalloped Tomatoes. Risky, because my eating audience just couldn't understand. Baked tomatoes? There exists such a thing?
Yes there does, and it is divine.
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