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Old 07-12-2013, 09:36 PM   #1811
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Ham, cheese, apple, water...
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Old 07-12-2013, 10:41 PM   #1812
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romaine salad topped with tomato, celery, broccoli french & ranch dressing & 1/2 cup of mexican chicken soup.
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Old 07-12-2013, 10:57 PM   #1813
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A bite of DH's chicken and ham sandwich, and a whole bunch of my homegrown blueberries.
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Old 07-13-2013, 12:30 PM   #1814
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Part of a tuna sub, a couple of the first homegrown cherry tomatoes of the season, and a handful of my homegrown blueberries.
One year my sister and I went up to Ipswich to a farm to pick blueberries. I brought home a quart. I am sure I ate more than I brought home. I washed them and while they were draining I ran to the store and picked up a pint of light cream. Got home, put the berries in a large bowl, covered them with the cream and sat down to the best happy feeling one could have. I had my fill of blueberries that day for a while.

We also as kids when we lived on the farm, would go blueberry picking along the road. They grew wild everywhere and we made sure we got our share and then some. Some even made it back to my mother's kitchen for blueberry pancakes or muffins.
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One year my sister and I went up to Ipswich to a farm to pick blueberries. I brought home a quart. I am sure I ate more than I brought home. I washed them and while they were draining I ran to the store and picked up a pint of light cream. Got home, put the berries in a large bowl, covered them with the cream and sat down to the best happy feeling one could have. I had my fill of blueberries that day for a while.

We also as kids when we lived on the farm, would go blueberry picking along the road. They grew wild everywhere and we made sure we got our share and then some. Some even made it back to my mother's kitchen for blueberry pancakes or muffins.
There is nothing like wild blueberries. We used to pick them in Canada. Unfortunately, they were't ready yet when I was last up there.

Speaking of which, I think I'll have some more for lunch!
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Old 07-13-2013, 01:18 PM   #1816
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There is nothing like wild blueberries. We used to pick them in Canada. Unfortunately, they were't ready yet when I was last up there.

Speaking of which, I think I'll have some more for lunch!
Wild Huckleberries are big around here...just make sure the rustling you hear on the other side is another human and not a bear...
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Wild Huckleberries are big around here...just make sure the rustling you hear on the other side is another human and not a bear...
We used to have that problem too....
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We used to have that problem too....
Or a very angry little Asian lady upset because you are "poaching" on "her" patch. I had that problem one day...there is a large Hmong community here.
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Or a very angry little Asian lady upset because you are "poaching" on "her" patch. I had that problem one day...there is a large Hmong community here.
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I would have rather met a bear...

Picked up a rotisserie chicken at Costco, steamed asparagus...eating that while I'm busy cooking up fish. Salmon is done.
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