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tho1mas

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  • Birthday 07/26/1944

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  1. And tick pick'in & chigger scratch'in time.šŸš« Oh, I left out poison ivy & copperheads.
  2. I have had the same thoughts this year. I have two feeders out with only three (I think). Long time between filling time. I usually have many more?
  3. Who said no tomatoes until Thanksgiving? I was picking lettuce & green onions yesterday in my little garden when I found these little guys. The plant isn't a foot tall. Hope many more to come this year.
  4. We may not have ripe tomatoes until Thanksgiving.
  5. Lettuce planted on Feb. 27 -two weeks late.
  6. Nothing yet. I need to enrich the soil in my little raised garden. Any thoughts?
  7. Folk lore says Feb. 14th is the day to your lettuce. I couldn't quite find time today.
  8. Speaking of Gurus - Marty or anyone know what the name of this thing could be? I bought it at the Army Surplus store in Springfield back in the '70's. I use it for cornbread & my sugar britches (FW for wife) calls them cornbread pucks.
  9. tho1mas

    Cast iron

    How long to cook? twenty-four min. @425. GOOD LUCK
  10. tho1mas

    Cast iron

    B.H. - I had four cornbread cast iron (gave two to the grandson). After the initial seasoning I never let soap touch them. Just use a stiff brush, light spray of Pam, dry off & store. I always mix bacon grease (melted) in the mix. Preheat the pans before cooking is the key to not sticking I think. Hodson Mill has a good recipe.
  11. tho1mas

    What's Cooking?

    Ever use honey for the sweet part?
  12. My 1st shingles shot really got my attention for about a week. The second one was no problem but I had to bite my lip to get it.
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