Saturday, September 28, 2013

Home Grown Bell Peppers

These two  are proudly showing you the  bell pepper that we grow at our garden.  They said that it taste so much better than the store bought, hmmnn.

They love it when I slice bell peppers  for snack.  Some times they dip it in ranch and sometimes they eat  it plain.  The combination of tangy taste and crunchiness  is what they love most about it.  Ripe bell peppers have more carotenoids and Vitamin C than the green ones.  It is also a great source of antioxidants that  helps the body to keep in tip-top shape.


  1. I think I have said this before - but I find your boy really handsome, haha! :))

    Anyway, I wish I could grow plants here at our home too.

  2. That's a lovely size of bell pepper. I bet it's sweet.

  3. Cool! I love them and they are awesome color!!

  4. Your kids are correct--there is nothing quite like the taste of fresh veggies right out of your own garden!

  5. Cutest pair!
    What an accomplishment feeling they must have to know their veggies taste better than store ought ones

  6. I would love to grow my own bell peppers but I am not great at gardening. Actually I pretty much kill everything I plant, but my kids plated a garden with grandma and love eating the veggies they grow.

  7. Nice, I wish my garden had done better. I am quite jealous

  8. oh those are big bell pepper. i can tell the difference too becuase the once we grow doesn't have much pesticide sprayed on it.

  9. I commend your kids. Eating raw vegies is the way to go! Healthy eating!

  10. yum I love homegrown vegetables

  11. What a big bell pepper. We have our bell peppers too but they're green.


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