Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Fronds




34 comments:

  1. Fennel? Ina had a scalloped potato recipe that uses fennel :)

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  2. Carol, I can recognize fennel, but have to admit that never used...
    Hope you have a great week and thanks for this nice picture :-)

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  3. Oooh -- fennel! I always slice the bulb thin for salads, and give the little frondy parts to my bunnies to nibble on (so it's basically a win-win).

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  4. I love fennel, especially in soups. I have used the fronds in place of dill in lots of dishes.

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  5. Great pic, I've never cooked with fennel... (seems to be a recurring theme in my comments, gotta work on that:@)

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  6. I swear I got a whiff of those fronds delicate fragrance.

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  7. I love its aroma but have not cooked it yet.

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  8. Fennel again. Have a look at these, they're jungle ferns that are popular here: paku http://www.exploring-malaysia.com/pics/pucuk-paku.jpg

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  9. It's Fennel season here! Love them as a salad, or in a stir-fry.

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  10. Sorry, not a fan of Fennel AT all!!! But a great pic all the same!!

    http://blog.aussiepomm.info/2011/10/ww-no52-spring-has-sprung.html

    Have a great WW!!

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  11. I love the intricate design and detail on the fennel.

    At my previous home in Santa Cruz, CA, there was fennel growing and it was considered a bit of a pest. An errant fennel plant could break concrete driveways.

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  12. I love fennel! The other day, I had them thinly sliced and roasted with olive oil and sweet paprika. Yum!

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  13. Love the closeup. I just picked up fennel yesterday from the farmers' market.

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  14. Wow! Delightful to the eyes.

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  15. Very fennel! Will we be fronds forever? (Sorry -- woke up in a punning mood.) Have a scrumptious WW!

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  16. At first I thought this was dill, before I saw the stalks. I'm a fennel virgin, but your picture makes me want to try it.

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  17. Great picture, and I just bought some fennel yesterday!

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  18. I have not heard of Fronds before, but I think it might have been in some of the Chinese dishes I've eaten in the past.

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  19. Great shot. Tastes like licorice to me, or anise.

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  20. You know what they say - Good fronds are hard to find. :)

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  21. Great picture. Sometimes a picture says more than words.

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  22. Haha oh fennel. How I <3 thee.

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  23. I went to see a taping of the new TV show The Chew and mario amd Michael Symon both used fennel!

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  24. Beautiful photo! Love fennel.

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