radishes get no love
Nov. 2, 2013 5:54 pm
Updated: Nov. 7, 2013 2:34 pm
why is it that folks never ask for radish recipes? why the lack of love? its got good color, great size, easy to grow, cheap and one great tasting root. and folks like beets ? the wife's cat was left out. loose dogs traumatized her spine. the dogs were
lucky. instead of the wife being traumatized along with the flea-bag a couple of dogs would have been baptized. my gater got the only job she was qualified for ( and everyone one else thinks they are qualified for that loves music.) let's just say..i can
see springsteen or john lennon ( yeah, i know..but, i can still imagine) when i can afford a plane ticket. the extremely heavy rain here in the deep south yielded a record crop of pecans. my back hurts :)...probably not as much as the cats'. i planted a
fall garden. collards, brocolli, swiss chard, bush beans, and snow-peas. everything looks nice. i gotta find a compost to place around the beans that will be beneficial to the soil in the spring but also protect the bush beans. i had the wife take pictures
of the trick or treaters as they came by. we will send the pictures back to the children before christmas. i think it will become a tradition around here. so many excited faces! it seems the blog section has been taken over by folks fulfilling their monthly
recipe tasks. i think that is sad. so many good folks no longer participating here. i miss them. the wife is doing well, thank god! i hate turkey...but bird day is coming. oh, here's a food item---slow cooked turkey breast is moist...i never said it was good.
kinda tastes like flavorless wet cardboard with seasonings...but it is moist. i drove the new jag convertible. beautiful car, lotta fun. nope, i'm still holding out for the trans am from smokey and the bandit :). remember to help at your soup kitchen when
you can. do you live in the place you want to? regular gas here is 3.15, milk is is 3.89 a gallon, ground beef is 3.38 a lb, bscb are 1.99 a lb. here. tomatos are still fresh. pears and grapes are excellent , cheap and plentiful here. i wish i had room to
grow asparagus. see there is some food talk here. but if you know me...i do think outside the box., especially the beets cilantro box!