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Old 10-04-2008, 08:23 AM   #1
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Fall Harvest 08

Its that time of year again….time to support the local farmers market…and save a ton of money…today we picked up 2 bushels of plum tomatoes, a bushel of green pepper, a 5lb bag of onions and a few hot peppers…The plan is to make up the peach salsa today and grandmas chili sauce tomarrow…and yes theres still dirt on them peppers…


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Old 10-04-2008, 08:44 AM   #3
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The squash is doing fine on Harold's farm, the peppers are slow going due to the cool temps we have had. Get out there and buy from your local farmer! God knows they need all the help they can get with the cost of fuel and all. Great pic Dave. I know you guy's are going to be busy with that much produce. Ya just can't buy that quality in a store.
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Old 10-04-2008, 10:44 AM   #5
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We are getting there I got the peppers and onion cut and the seasoning added..now I’m just waiting on Lynn to finish up the tomatoes….

I think this is going to be a real good batch…just the right amount of seasonings to bring out the flavor in the fresh veggies…Lynn was starting to freak out we were down to our last 3 jars of salsa…
Unity and Griff you were up here a week to early...
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Just wondering, Dave, how do you use the peach salsa and Grandma K's chili sauce?

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Unity and Griff you were up here a week to early...
That and "You should have been here last week, they were really biting" is the story of my life. Besides, you were pretty busy last week. Thanks again for everything.
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I love making stuff like that. I wonder if I can send you a baby chile pequin plant to grow in a pot? Yall have fun!!!
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Just wondering, Dave, how do you use the peach salsa and Grandma K's chili sauce?

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The peach salsa we use as a snack and when we cook Mexican food…grandmas Chilli sauce is on the sweet side and has cloves and cinnamon in it…we like it with eggs or on sausage or hot dogs..
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