That's carrots and eggs for all you gringos who aren't into practicing your Spanish. We harvested a handful of Scarlet Nantes carrots from our garden recently, so here's the harvest. Erin botched up the French pronunciation (she said "nan-tees", correct is "non-t" with super-soft French hint of "t"), so we had a good laugh at that. And I, of course, am not a French speaker, and have been known to say "Salad Nick-o-zee" for Salad Nicoise - ain't nobody perfect.
Also, here's a side-by-side comparison of grocery store brown egg vs. a backyard heirloom egg. We got the heirloom egg as $1-change on a table we bought from a guy in Matthews, NC, the southeast suburban edge of Charlotte. Aren't country purchases the best?