........of many things!
You're so funny Julie! It may happen to forget some potatoes..we usually do it in the garage.Put it into a glass/little vase with water and you'll get a nice plant! xxxx
That is rather scary!!I stopped buying Tesco flapjacks when I found a pack that had slipped down behind a drawer - it was a year out of date with not a jot of mould on it - imagine how many preservatives it must have had in it!
YOu could plant it and see if you get some more potoatoes!Jane
Thanks Julie, this pic was an inspiration! I reckon I could knit a doll with this sprouting spud look.
Yes, quite scary! but I would try and plant it to see what happens!xx
I, too, engage in Refrigerator Art ! ! Hugs & ♥♥♥s,Gerry
I'm sure that's a winner for the 'Animal vegetable' category at your local produce show! Thank-you for your lovely comment sweetie. t.xxx
I had a whole bag full of sprouty spuds at the back of the cupboard I forgot I had bought, I couldn't even get them out of the bag! Kathx
YIKES, I hate potatoes when they grow like that! Catherine x
That's one freaky spud! Who knows what goes on it the inner recesses of the fridge!
Thank you so much for popping over to my blog and leaving a kind comment about the rippling! I really appreciate the encouragement.When we had an allotment the blimmin potatoes would not sprout! It just shows sometimes a bit of healthy neglect is fine.Kindest Regards Linda
hi juliethanks for your commentyour potato deserved a post indeedhope you're ok!!
Ha ha! I have had a few of those too! Its surprising what lurks at the back of the fridge sometimes! Suie xxx
It looks a little like something out of The Day Of The Triffids! Or us on a bad hair day!
Haha - we did this a lot at uni and even displayed a sprouting sweet potato because it green a beautiful pink flower on the end of a long green sprout!! I've had garlic sprout a lot too... but never a potato with quite so many shoots!!
Hello again!We don't seem to have the recipe for lemon curd in our Stork book but we do have one for lemon meringue pie and the filling, so we might just have a go at that one! x
What a funny post!I love the fact that you are so sincere about it!I too had a few of those... and gone off onions too!Although they stink... a lot!Thanks for your lovely comments!I really appreciate every single one of them!DEBBIE MOSSP.S - I really enjoyed having you on my tea party!You are a lot of fun to be around!
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