How does your garden grow, part 2

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  1. RolloTomasi

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    Yellow crooknecks w/pesto.
     
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    FRIED SQASH BLOSSOMS
    1. Gently dip zucchini blossoms in beaten egg and shake off the excess. Press into flour; coat with bread crumbs. Place breaded blossoms on a plate; do not stack.
    2. Heat olive oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Fry blossoms, working in batches, until both sides are golden brown, about 5 minutes each side.
     
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    Do they taste like chicken?
     
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    Doesn’t everything?
     
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    good recipe..but stuff it with some ricotta with lemon zest and it will be one of the best things youve ever eaten in your life...or itll just be really good...either way it wont suck...unless youre lactose intolerant...
     
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    We planted late due to the long cold winter. Didn't get to excited over it and only planted a couple things. My neighbor with the big time serious garden didn't even plant this year. I was shocked. I planted tomotoes, jalapenos, basil, and thyme. Not near producing yet. Except for the basil which took off so quickly I have already made some yummy food using it. The garden still holds my rosemary and oregano. When I planted I cut them back enough to fill a huge rubber tub. Nobody out here even wanted to come pick some up to cook dinner - their loss. The plants still need another cut back. Herbs love this place. 110 degrees or snow, nothing kills them. I'll take a pic and post it when it's not raining and thundering as it is now.
     
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    Side note...I got one of these for a few hundred bucks on amazon..great investment...but as soon as I put it in a few weeks ago the wife had to go to Armstrong gardens and spruce up the yard a bit...so although the food is lacking..the plants and landscape she designed is on point! The one with coffee is from this morning getting ready to work reading sdfish

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    We had one similar to that one that we bought from the fair. It was in our sunroom. But the pump went out and started to leak. It lasted a very long time.
    Funny story, when our granddaughter was very young her and her brother wanted to go in. We started it up and it was bubbling like mad. I picked her up to put her in it and she started screaming and kicking. I guess she through that we were going to boil her like a lobster.
    The grandson got in it and turned it off, then we put her in it and let her turn it on. After that she was fine with it.
     
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    Does it heat up?
     
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    104...which is pretty hot...
     
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    If it's like our old one it pulls the heat from the motor to heat it. Pretty efficient. 104 yes on ours.
     
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    Good advice here. There are also ornamental plants that can wreck a garden. Hibiscus is a real no-no near any of the cucurbits like squash, cucumbers, melons, gourds, etc.
     
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    I’ll go you one better. Stuff a Ortega Chile with squid and ricotta before stuffing that in a squash blossom and dipping the whole thing in batter and frying it. So good it will make a fella hit his grandpa!
     
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    Squash are evil foul plants not fit for human consumption
     
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    Well then squash them!
     
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    My tomatoes are all over the map. In pots the San Marzano is about to fall over from its fruit weight, Celebrity has ripe fruit but is meh quantity wise, Rutgers is similar but a super sweet fruit. The Rutgers in the raised bed is a monster and knocking over the cage.

    Chile peppers are slow,
     
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    You’re thinking of lutefisk.
     
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    I had to Google it.
     
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    It’s not a plant, but it should be buried.
     
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