Re: [gardeners] butter

penny x stamm (
Mon, 9 Nov 1998 22:09:05 -0500

Hi, PennyN,

We've been invited out for twin lobsters tomorrow evening -- 
wonder what melted yellow dip will be served....?

Harvested the last of the "crops" (big word for mini-returns):
Sweet 100s cherry tomatoes still producing, regular tomatoes
green, 3 cukes (2", 1.5", 1" but all edible!), 10 big bok choy, 
3 green peppers, 2 zucchinis (3", 2") and 2 pints of raspberries. 
The nights have been down to 24*, and yet certain things live on -- 
the raspberries seem unaffected, so far, and the geraniums 
(pelargoniums) are blooming their heads off!  Huge storm front 
has reached my kids in mid-US, and that usually means we'll 
have it in 2 days. We're still in drought conditions, but I would 
hate to have a real nor-easter, even if it's really a nor-wester.. 
Jimmie's standing by with two snow shovels, grinning from ear to ear.

BTW, there's an item I've torn out of -- I think it was the
Williams-Somona catalog -- featuring a cooked boneless prime
rib roast which will keep for two weeks refrigerated, and only costs
$150 plus shipping. That's $150.00... For $150, I would go myself
and prepare the darned thing, fresh and piping hot! 


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