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  1. 15 minutes ago, fishinwrench said:

    My wife uses an app called Plantnet to ID stuff.  It's always right.

    Sounds cool.

    I remember the plant ID books, where you went through a series of questions and it would get you to the right plant in surprisingly few steps. 


  2. 8 hours ago, 1farmer said:

    Thanks MoCarp, it is unlike any of the peonies I have seen around here. All the others that I have seen have more oval shaped petals on the flower so therefore I didn't even consider that it could be a peony. The characteristics of the plant are the same as the peonies around here. This plant happens to be a (product of Mexico) it was given to Teresa 10 years ago.

    Looking at just the leaves, I don't think it's a peony. Those leaves look serrated and the veins look different. Peony look like this:

     

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  3. 46 minutes ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

    Grilled romaine with olive oil blue cheese and bacon bits.  We didn't have the bits on yet for the picture.

    I never think to do that. Looks tasty!


  4. 1 hour ago, rps said:

    Last night's marinated cod.

     

    Looks good. Can you share the marinade ingredients please? Always looking for ways to improve the taste of lo-cal foods. 

     

     


  5. 22 hours ago, MOPanfisher said:

    Every year or two I end up in a battle with swifts, or Swallows or what the heck ever the fast flying little birds that build with mud.  There is a recessed access into an attic like area right outside my front door.  Them little feathered devils sure don't give up easily.

    Those are probably swallows. Cool birds to watch fly and skim bugs off water, but I wouldn't want them building their adobe houses at my place either.


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    24 minutes ago, Flysmallie said:

    Yep those older ones were awesome. 

    Saving Private Ryan...Forrest Gump...Castaway...Apollo 13...Big...Toy Story  ...Green Mile...Money Pit...Road to Perdition...

    But, now that I think of it, I've taken a pass on a lot of his more recent stuff.


  7. 5 hours ago, Johnsfolly said:

    One of our lighter dishes lately. Cleaned and cooked the shrimp in water seasoned with some Old Bay. Mixed with diced celery and onion, chopped fresh dill from our little herb garden, dash of fish sauce, garlic powder, tablespoon of mayo, S&P, and a little more Old Bay. Placed on top of romaine with a drizzle of aged balsamic them some fresh lime juice on top.

    For clarification please -- the vegetables and herbs, etc. were in the water?


  8. Many more than one. 

    Love being in my canoe on a small local lake, at dawn or dusk, anytime spring through fall; me and my dogs in a patch of CRP in the late fall; wading a small creek in the Rockies targeting native trout; curled up in the chair in my library and reading a good book about any of the above . 


  9. 11 minutes ago, MOPanfisher said:

    Was busy for a while today helping a feller with a flooded basement move stuff out so I didn't get to do much.  Wife made some plain old burgers in the cast iron skillet for supper and opened a can of Bush's baked beans and some cottage cheese.  She also made 3 batches of strawberry freezer jam!

     

    Oh, I’d eat all that!!


  10. Did some baby back ribs, burnt ends, beans and cole slaw. Same basic method I've been using the last few years since I got rid of my rusty old smoker. Bot a nice looking point for the burnt ends. Started the meat on a Weber kettle with indirect heat, then pulled it, wrapped it in foil and finished in a 225 degree oven. Pretty precise temperature control and no babysitting. Pulled everything out of the foil and finished it with a sauce glaze under the broiler. Beans in a shallow foil pan on the grill to get some good smoke. Very happy with the results, and nobody complained. 

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    My all time favorite dessert:

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  11. It’s not just a long weekend, a reason to bar-b-que or the official beginning to summer. It’s really a time to remember those who put their lives on the line for all the rest of us. 

    Mansor John Mansor, 1915-1944, United Stated Army, killed in action 9/22/1944 at Futa Pass, Italy, my uncle.

    John Harvey Nesselrode, 1922-2004, served in Korea 1950, my dad.

    Clifford Calvin Nesselrode, 1917-2011, USAAF WWII, my uncle.

    George Harvey Nesselrode, 1919-1981, USAAF WWII, my uncle.

    Thank you.

    So, add yourself, your family or friends. Go!

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