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Old July 25, 2014   #1
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Default Eggplant harvest - shows my two projects

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Running from darkest to lightest color - all grown in between 2-5 gallon containers - one day's harvest.

Part of my Orient Express dehybridization project or my Green Ghost (Casper X ??) dehybridization project...such fun!

Most unusual is the purple streaking over green background.
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Very nice! They look delish!

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thanks - roasting some now for Baba Ganoush - last night roasted a bunch for Bangan Bartha. So many more coming - pulling out all the stops on the eggplant recipes!
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Two of my favorites! Eggplant Caponato is also a good one.

Beautiful fruits, NC.
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Those look great! Feel free to post some of those recipes. My daughter has a bunch of eggplants growing
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Craig-Very nice!
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Old July 26, 2014   #7
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I like them grilled with olive oil, basil and garlic. Makes a nice, low-cal treat, even when cold.
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