Yellow, orange and green peppers, celery, radishes, carrots, cooked broccoli, cooked cauliflower, jicama, red chard, blanched asparagus, parsley, romaine lettuce, zucchini and tomato…….

plus three dips….
Sun-dried Tomato, Olive and Almond Pesto,
Cilantro-Mint Chutney, and
Pumpkin Thuviyal.

Our low-fat, vegan entry for Susan’s ‘Vegetable Love’ event at FatFree Vegan.

This is also our contribution to Pooja’s Valentine’s Day event at My Creative Ideas.

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16 Comments

  1. Paul says:

    Wicked photo of the veggies there. Must have taken some time to prepare.

  2. Suma Gandlur says:

    Oh my god. What a beautiful array.

    thanks, paul and suma. paul, that’s a neat olive site you have.

  3. Meena says:

    This looks so adorable Bee! Especially the tulips, simply loving that one!

    so you like the tulips better than J’s tomato rose? he’s gonna be sad. lol.

  4. Reena says:

    B, Fabulous assortment of veggies. How many hours did you spend?

    let’s just say this. i made a huge mess, there were mounds of veggies everywhere, in different states of dishevelement, J took the pictures, and he then did all the cleaning up. it took a while. – b.

  5. Pooja says:

    Hi Jai & Bee,
    this is really a wonderful entry for the event. Looks very nice and creative too ! thanks for pasticipating with such a colorful bouquet :) .
    I am glad that this way i come to visit this nice site of yours. thanks for sharing .
    Stay tuned.
    -Pooja

  6. Manisha says:

    How creative is that! Very cool! I loved the tulips. I dig the rose. Simply wonderful!

  7. SusanV says:

    You did an absolutely beautiful job! Thanks for entering the Vegetable Love challenge.

  8. Looks fun and yummy! Great idea!

  9. bhargavi says:

    Absolutely beautiful work!!
    Very creative.
    Good day!

  10. Shoba says:

    It is great work, i happened to come acorss this site only today , i was so happy to find this good site, great work , keep it up. Did you use any carving set for this job, where do you get them
    Shoba

    paring knife, 9″ knife, melon baller. you can get these in most stores which sell kitchen stuff – j

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  12. Anonymous says:

    hey cool! i love it looks good enough to dig into right now……………….

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  14. Rupa says:

    wow ! thats lovely !

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