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Old 04-21-2015, 06:18 PM   #41
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My sage grew like a weed last year. All I needed was about 10 leaves. Wish there was more I could do with it. I guess I can give the surplus to my buddy to make his sauce.
Sage and onion stuffing in roast pork?

AH! You're veggie, aren't you?
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Old 04-21-2015, 06:22 PM   #42
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My wife and I stayed in an agritourismo in Tuscany, 4 miles outside of Sienna. the walkway to our room was fenced with a rosemary hedge. That was amazing to see for a guy who has always lived in a more northern climate.
Mmm, lovely aroma when you brush against a rosemary hedge. I rather fancy a low rosemary hedge along where the drive meets the rockery down to the lawn.
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This topic sure does meander around a lot, which is kind of fun.

"Sage and onion stuffing"... is good baked in the cavity of acorn squash too. Add a little chopped apple. Bake stuffed squash and cover with foil until almost done. I should start a list of veggie dishes I know, since I tend to draw a blank when it comes time to put together a dish to serve.
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Old 04-21-2015, 07:10 PM   #44
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This topic sure does meander around a lot, which is kind of fun.

"Sage and onion stuffing"... is good baked in the cavity of acorn squash too. Add a little chopped apple. Bake stuffed squash and cover with foil until almost done. I should start a list of veggie dishes I know, since I tend to draw a blank when it comes time to put together a dish to serve.
That does sound good.
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Old 04-21-2015, 09:00 PM   #45
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Sage and onion stuffing in roast pork?

AH! You're veggie, aren't you?
Yeah, the veggie thing does limit what I can do.

I use it when I make a stuffing. My son also has a fettuccine with a pumpkin sage cream sauce, and of course, browning in butter with gnocchi
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Old 04-22-2015, 09:29 AM   #46
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This topic sure does meander around a lot, which is kind of fun.

"Sage and onion stuffing"... is good baked in the cavity of acorn squash too. Add a little chopped apple. Bake stuffed squash and cover with foil until almost done. I should start a list of veggie dishes I know, since I tend to draw a blank when it comes time to put together a dish to serve.
You've just reminded me that my mother used to use sage & onion stuffing in vegetable marrow. Do you have marrows? They are basically courgettes on anabolic steroids.
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You've just reminded me that my mother used to use sage & onion stuffing in vegetable marrow. Do you have marrows? They are basically courgettes on anabolic steroids.
Everything you said just went right over my head. The only marrow I know is inside of a bone. And courgettes? No clue - they probably don't carry them in Walmart.

Anabolic steroids I've heard of.
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Old 04-22-2015, 10:57 AM   #48
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Everything you said just went right over my head. The only marrow I know is inside of a bone. And courgettes? No clue - they probably don't carry them in Walmart.

Anabolic steroids I've heard of.
You have to excuse the British, they speak a different language!

courgettes=zucchini; marrow is pumpkin and winter squash
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I was going to say that I haven't seen them here. But, I betcha those very pale green zucchini are actually very small vegetable marrows.
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Old 04-23-2015, 05:44 PM   #50
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Plant your rosemary in a pot and then bring the pot into the house in fall. This rosemary pot has two plants. One is three years old and the other one is four.
I just bought a nice looking rosemary plant from the local Ace hardware garden center. I am putting it in a clay pot so it too can be moved in or out as needed, both for protection from winter and from hail (we've already had a couple of nice hailstorms this spring). I'm looking forward to having fresh rosemary always available again.
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