Try this for starters:
That is a "Dynnye" tomato, showing the classic condition called "Catfacing", which is very common in big Beefsteak-style tomatoes. The fruit will be perfectly OK to eat, but it will be a challenge to prepare.
This well-endowed chap would probably be rejected by the supermarkets, despite being perfectly edible and a lot more fun than those boring old "regular" tomatoes.
What about this little chilli?
This is what it's supposed to be like:
It's one of those I call "Turkey Small Red", and is growing on the plant that I over-Wintered and then nearly killed with my Washing-up Liquid spray when I was battling against aphids.
This is my favourite wonky vegetable though:
I'm calling it a bird, but Jane said it looked like something else, which for reasons of propriety I won't mention here!!
When I started my blog in 2010 I committed to showing both successes and failures. I know that lots of people think that all the produce that comes out of my plot is well-nigh perfect, but that is certainly not the case, so hopefully these photos confirm this. But then, what is "perfect" anyway?