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Old August 5, 2015   #46
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It doesn't look anything like Pizza Huts.

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Zucchini Noodles With Basil Pesto, and Cherry Tomatoes

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It doesn't look anything like Pizza Huts.

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I don't know what Pizza Huts looks like..

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Definitely DROOLWORTHY!!!
Thank's, GardeningCook. It turned out nice, and I will definitely be grilling some more pizza's soon. The crust was a bit too thin for my taste, but the hubby prefers it that way!

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They both look wonderful.

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Everything looks super! I too licked the screen! How do you cut the squash noodles and are those pie birds in the background? Thanks! Louie
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Musa 'Brazilian' Dwarf Banana Plant

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A few of my fig's I grew from cuttings. Strawberry Verte, Violette De Bordeax and Osborne Prolific.

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More figs I started from cuttings this spring. Strawberry Verte, Violette De Bordeaux, Osborne Prolific, Oregon Prolific, Igo, Kadota, Ischia, Texas Everbearing and LSU.

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Everything looks super! I too licked the screen! How do you cut the squash noodles and are those pie birds in the background? Thanks! Louie
HI Louie,

The figurines are not pie birds. I wish I had some.. I cut the zucchini noodles with a gadget I bought called the 'Veggetti'. I believe I got it from WM..

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Pickings from the garden yesterday! Rainbow Chard, Atomic Red Carrots, Nero Di Toscano Kale, Verde De Taglio Chard, Striata D' Italia Zuchini, Red Russian Kale, Heirloom Tomatoes.


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Nice haul !!
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Beautiful! I particularly love your Chard (one of my top-favorite greens!). I'm just about to sow some for a hopeful Fall crop. I neglected to row-cover my Spring sowing, & they succumbed to the absolute plague of grasshoppers we've had this season.
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Great looking produce! I really like your chair, too.
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