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Old December 11, 2015   #1561
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The picture is blurry, but this is why I always tape the seed packs down when I send seeds in trade/swap. The rip is large enough for a coin envelope to fall out.

Salt I got something in the mail one time that looked like the wolves had hold of it.
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Old December 11, 2015   #1562
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It looks like citrus with chili powder and powdered sugar sprinkled on it.

Not even close the only thing is you are correct on the citrus but the is only the top.

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Old December 11, 2015   #1563
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Here it is out of the oven.
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Old December 11, 2015   #1564
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It looks good, but now I really don't know what it is.
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Old December 11, 2015   #1565
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One last shot.
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Old December 11, 2015   #1566
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I just ate two of these things and I have to say.
The old saying, "what doesn't kill you will make you stronger", fits perfectly well.
I am about to die.
When the high wears off I will be back and tell you what I did.

The whole entree cost maybe $6.00 at the very most if even that.

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Old December 11, 2015   #1567
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Here are the pictures I will be back to explain later.
Typing on the phone is horrible.




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Manzano peppers
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One can of sardines.
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About 1/4 cup or so of bread crumbs a very small onion, a dash of salt, garlic powder a dash of lime juice, an egg, guajllio chili powder
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All of that mixed up.
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One can of cream style corn about 1/4 cup of flour maybe more, about one teaspoon of baking powder.
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Preheat the oven to 350,
Stuff the sardine mixture into the peppers.
Mix up the cream style corn flour and baking powder.
Pour into the baking dish and put the peppers in.
Sprinkle the top with more if the chili powder and parmesan cheese
Garnish with orange marmalade slices and toss into the oven covered for 45 minutes and uncovered for 10 at 400.
The corn mixture is something I made up years ago.
It is sort of like a poor mans fool proof souffle.
Tadda.


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Old December 11, 2015   #1568
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Here is an Aunt Ruby's German Green seed I checked on to see what was happening.
I have also removed the domes on everything the soil is a little moist.
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Old December 11, 2015   #1569
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New Big Dwarf poking out of the soil four days after sowing.
I have a Azoychka doing the same thing.
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That's a good looking mix, I bet you sift to get a little finer material for topdressing. I do with the ProMix, and used to with the Miracle Grow Mix. I especially do not like those big chunks of perlite, phobic.
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That's a good looking mix, I bet you sift to get a little finer material for topdressing. I do with the ProMix, and used to with the Miracle Grow Mix. I especially do not like those big chunks of perlite, phobic.
All it had was a few sticks now and then I picked out maybe 10 at the very most.
I just dumped a damp pile in and ran my hand over the whole flat.
Then I tamped it down a bit with a little wooden dowel and added some more.
Any sticks that popped up or I could see I removed.
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Babies !

They look wonderful. I'm glad you're getting to start from seed again.
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Old December 13, 2015   #1573
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Sauerkraut with mashed potatoes with homemade buckboard bacon mixed in and my own recipe bratwurst.
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Old December 15, 2015   #1574
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Sauerkraut with mashed potatoes with homemade buckboard bacon mixed in and my own recipe bratwurst.
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I love kraut along with mashed taters..good cornbread tops it off as a meal.
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Old December 20, 2015   #1575
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Zeus came by to visit tonight.
He is on his dog bed with a bone.
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