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Dec 18, 2010

Harvesting Chinese cabbages and white radishes

Overcoming many problems like bugs attacks, bad weather, we can at last harvest Chinese cabbages and a white radish (Daikon radish) today!



The first white radish has split-roots but it doesn't affect the taste.
I wish other radishes have long and straight roots.




I'm very happy to harvest a big Chinese cabbage!




The vegetables will be cooked and served on a tonight's dinner table.
I will post the dishes on my blog later....!

-- from iPad

6 comments:

Hazel said...

That is a fantastic harvest..good work. The cabbage is almost as big as your daughter!

Mark Willis said...

I could have done with one of those cabbages on Thursday when I made my oriental soup! For some reason there were none available round here (we can usually get them OK). Maybe the shops were concentrating on getting in the more traditional Christmas veg, like Brussels sprouts. I'm looking forward to reading what dishes you make with the cabbage and daikon.

Robin said...

Your vegetables look great! I have to say that I just love the pictures of your beautiful daughter holding them!

milka said...

Your garden is doing great. The cabbage is so big, almost half the size of your daughter, haha.

takaeko said...

>everyone
I had some challenges in raising the cabbages as I mentioned in my blog.
I feel more fulfillment and happiness at the harvest believing there are worth taking time to overcome the challenges.

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

That is a very big hakusai. The only one that did not bolted of our hakusai was only the size of my palm. Happy New Year to you and your family.