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Fervet olla, vivit amicitia.
"While the pot boils, friendship endures."
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Love a good broccoli casserole!
What a coincidence, Patricia. I also picked 3 gigantic heads of brocolli yest. Blanched and froze two of them and will eat off the third. They were slightly "wormy" already. Broc is a super food, you know.
Broccoli from your garden, Patricia? Nice!
Pat, we have no peach crop this year up here (Laf, IN area). I don't know how Michigan's peach fared. Blackberries next week maybe.
Randy, I'm always ready to change my opinion. Especially when my mouth and nose likes something.
Just put up 6 quarts of blueberries yesterday. I say 6 quarts, but I probably ate 1/2 quart of them before I got them home. They're in season down here, along with blackberries. Peaches are coming in, and will be in full production in about a month.
My one and only visit to Knott's Berry Farm was in 1966!! I can't imagine the changes.
Pat, the soup sounds delicious!
Spud, my local (10' down the road) blueberry farm opens this week. Wish you could try them berries--I bet you would change your opinion!! I avoid the bigger, mushier ones, to get the smaller, tangier ones.
Patricia, I've always liked Kitchen Aid as an appliance manufacturer. Everything I have gotten from them has been reliable, and seems to last a long time. Don't know what will be over budget, but I saw a good sized one on Amazon for about $150.00
French Onion Soup for dinner tonight. Topped with applewood smoked gruyere cheese.
I don't know what's happening with Culver Ice Rink....I do know that they've been having problems with 50 years' worth of permafrost under the former ice surface. Everybody was telling them that would happen long before they tried to tear the place down, but they went ahead with the stupid project anyway.
I'll have to do some searches////
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