More on White, Ghost Eggplants

Eggplants and Dahlias from the garden

Ghost Eggplants in my Garden

These eggplants are beautiful, delicious and prolific. I have planted them in all my gardens this year. When it comes time to eat them, place raw ones in the middle of the table as a centerpiece and set the rest of them whole in a hot barbeque. Roast the eggplants  until their skins are smokey colored.There is no need to turn them as their skin is delicate and they might fall apart. Serve the eggplants, one to each guest ,after they have cooled slightly, along with a salt cellar and bottle of olive oil. Each guest can open their eggplant and season to taste.

Ghost eggplants in my garden


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2 Responses to More on White, Ghost Eggplants

  1. Deena says:

    What beautiful pictures! Such an enjoyable blog to look through.

  2. Sonja says:

    Open air markets chnage the whole feeling about buying food. In Greensboro, NC we have a great market indoors. It’s a wonderful market, but just being indoors almost does away with the intimacy that it offers. In a town called Saxapahaw, about an hour away, their farmer’s market is super teensie but they have live music. I guess it helps that the market is on Saturday night, too. Live music might not draw a crowd at 7am! Your photos are beautiful! I would love to be able to buy some prints from you.

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