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Old 05-03-2007, 02:19 PM   #16
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Old 05-03-2007, 05:47 PM   #17
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Isaac, Do you have any okry? If so let's see a picture. Mine's about 2". After this rain it will take off.
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Isaac, Do you have any okry? If so let's see a picture. Mine's about 2". After this rain it will take off.
I gots the okrie but like yours about 2" tall but I got the weeds out two days ago and blue juice too and now rain so stand by and I will have photos in about a week. Got test your oakrie.
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I threw a pot of boiled okra out for the dogs the other night, and sweetkin, my female took it down so fast and smooth, she thought the other dog got it and laid into him.
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These girls already have green tomato's do not get caught crossing my fence to try to fry those babies they must be red to eat
Lookin' Good!! Lots of yellow flowers.... I agree, fried green tomatos are for impatient people!
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Hey, we have talked about tomatoes, peas and okrie but what about a good mess of butter beans and a hot pon of cornbread. Soak some cucumbers in vinager with a little salt, pepper and onions or a jar of homemade bread and butter pickles. Sometimes we have pickled squash that is good with the peas or beans.
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This was the first square foot garden done by Sargon in Ancient Babylon !
Wow, I'm a square foot gardener! I was a Mel Bartholomew fan wayyyy back in the old days... (but not that old)
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Hey, we have talked about tomatoes, peas and okrie but what about a good mess of butter beans and a hot pon of cornbread. Soak some cucumbers in vinager with a little salt, pepper and onions or a jar of homemade bread and butter pickles. Sometimes we have pickled squash that is good with the peas or beans.
Madaam, you are truly speaking Louisiana... Please don't forget pickled green tomato relish. I wish I could go back in time with a camcorder and video my grandmother cooking hot water cornbread or making yeast rolls. Not to mention fried apple pies and green tomato relish. Did I mention green tomato relish??
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Yes, Lest us not to forget a good jar of chowchow or some pickled okrie. I believe in pickling everything I can. Homade jams and jellies to pickles. My son grew up on homemade kosher dill pickles. Hewould eat 5 to 6 cases a winter. My grandson now loves homemade pumkin pie. I fix 27 pies in the freezer in October but he had ate by Christmas. My son and I love bananna pudding. Uhmmm.
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Umm Banana puddin sounds good right now!!! I love me some homemade ice cream during the summer. Mr. Belle's is the best.
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Umm Banana puddin sounds good right now!!! I love me some homemade ice cream during the summer. Mr. Belle's is the best.
Homemade peach ice cream.. wow, that brings back some memories of rock salt and benting spoons on the leftovers in the freezer.
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Yes, Lest us not to forget a good jar of chowchow or some pickled okrie. I believe in pickling everything I can. Homade jams and jellies to pickles. My son grew up on homemade kosher dill pickles. Hewould eat 5 to 6 cases a winter. My grandson now loves homemade pumkin pie. I fix 27 pies in the freezer in October but he had ate by Christmas. My son and I love bananna pudding. Uhmmm.
Banana pudding with nilla vanilla wafers.... Oh man.....

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what about a good mess of butter beans and a hot pon of cornbread.
If you want me to eat cornbread, wrap it around a hotdog and put a stick through it.
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let's really show our age: glass of cornbread and buttermilk as a snack
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