Saturday, November 14, 2009

Horse Chestnuts

After the horse chestnuts had been in the bowl for a few days, they showed
evidence that they were drying out. No longer as shiny and plump.


6 comments:

JC said...

I've always liked the .. look .. of chestnuts.

Jenn Jilks said...

This brings back fond memories! We lived in inner city TO, and had a tree on the neighbour's property.

THank you for sharing these!

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Q said...

Dear Judy,
I did not know about Horse Chestnuts.
Thank you for these informative posts....
I love blogging... I always learn so much. Your photogrpahs are lovely too!
Namaste,
Sherry

Tracy said...

They are such wondrous, beautiful little things... I've never eaten a roasted chestnut though! Happy week, Judy :o)

SquirrelQueen said...

Judy, once they dry out can they be eaten or do they need to be roasted?
I love the photos, the color is very pretty.
Judy

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