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Old 08-18-2013, 05:17 PM   #11
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That sounds delicious DL, is it a pasta sauce?
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Old 08-18-2013, 05:24 PM   #12
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Yes! I'll serve it over angel hair pasta with grated parm. Roasted cherry toms are so good. My plants are really prolific this year.

I have some beautiful but fairly flavorless Better Boys, I think I'll roast them too, with a bit of balsamic.
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Old 08-18-2013, 05:38 PM   #13
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Yes! I'll serve it over angel hair pasta with grated parm. Roasted cherry toms are so good. My plants are really prolific this year.

I have some beautiful but fairly flavorless Better Boys, I think I'll roast them too, with a bit of balsamic.

Ooh, Balsamic and tomatoes - a marriage made in heaven! Lovely!

I can't grow a thing. Not even tomatoes. You are very lucky!
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Ooh, Balsamic and tomatoes - a marriage made in heaven! Lovely!

I can't grow a thing. Not even tomatoes. You are very lucky!
Why not, Katy? Black thumb, or no garden plot? It's really easy!
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Old 08-18-2013, 05:45 PM   #15
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Why not, Katy? Black thumb, or no garden plot? It's really easy!
I have tried to grow things for decades now. It would appear I not only have two black thumbs, but I only have to be within a few feet of a plant (of any kind) and it dies instantly.

I do have a small garden with the flat - but it is a wilderness. (Good for the wildlife at least!) :-)
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I have tried to grow things for decades now. It would appear I not only have two black thumbs, but I only have to be within a few feet of a plant (of any kind) and it dies instantly.

I do have a small garden with the flat - but it is a wilderness. (Good for the wildlife at least!) :-)
Check out our DC garden thread. Any of us would be delighted to walk you through anything you'd like to grow.
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I tell folks that the only thing green I grow anymore is "mold." I miss gardening.
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I tell folks that the only thing green I grow anymore is "mold." I miss gardening.

Oh, now mould I can do! (No choice when you live in a very damp country!)
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Check out our DC garden thread. Any of us would be delighted to walk you through anything you'd like to grow.

I will!

I need to be "baby-stepped" through how to grow Basil from seed on a window-sill. Last attempt (just a few weeks ago) ended in the usual disaster. (Last year I tried some out in the garden, but it was demolished by bugs overnight).
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I tell folks that the only thing green I grow anymore is "mold." I miss gardening.
Addie, don't you have a communal plot nearby? I'll bet one or more of your kids would be willing to watch it for you.
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