Friday, September 28, 2012

Saturday PhotoHunt: Dodgy

dodg·y  (dj)
adj. dodg·i·erdodg·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.

Please visit the Saturday PhotoHunt for more dodgy pictures.


Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Giggling here because that word EXACTLY describes what's left of my garden, too!

Karen (formerly kcinnova) said...

Scalloped Tomatoes sounds divine!

Dodgy might describe me at times...

Mama Zen said...

Dodgy totally describes the sad remnants of my garden!

The Indulged Furries said...

Our tomatoes were dodgy this year too....actually, the weather here was dodgy and our tomatoes suffered for it.

Anonymous said...

Gardens always look so sad and dodgy at this time of the year. We need to get out and do some work in ours!

That recipe looks interesting - I think it is the first time in 4 years of photo hunt that I enjoyed some 'hunt' pictures AND found a recipe!


Have a great weekend.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

My tomatoes are looking much the same ~ but there is nothing like a fresh tomato... don't you agree?

Happy Hunting y'all~

Vicki said...

Good take on the theme. Just starting to plant tomatoes here in Oz

the recipe looks yummy.

My dodgy is at