I love country ham. Non existant here.
Have to have a friend mail.
Good thing it keeps without refrigeration.
You dont have peach orchards down there?
I have a dwarf peach tree on my property.
They grow much better south, but we still have em here
No. And the peaches we get in the grocery stores are not fit to eat. Usually hard and not sweet at all.
Not much worse than a dry mealy peach
That's for sure. when I buy peaches and they are tasteless, I cut them up, sugar them down, that makes them a little more palatable. But there's nothing so sweet as a Georgia peach.
Didn't know that guy, but there's nothing like a sweet, juicy Georgia peach.
I don't know for sure. I doubt it, because their weather is changing all the time, even some snow sometimes.
lol Yeah right. Last Friday it was 73 degrees, Sunday 42. From shorts to heavy coats again.
I believe he still holds some records.
Get a potted one ct. Put on your porch this spring.
Just a suggestion
I tried that, and the bunnies ate my plants. lol
You have a one track mind. Naughty boy!!!!!
lol Yeah right.
I will if you put up your own photo. Deal? lol
OMG, did I make another mistake? Geez. lol
In August the beefsteak tomatoes are out....
Salt, pepper and parm, under the broiler for just a minute
Yum... One good thing about August...despite the heat....
There are certain stores that I pick up certain items up from.... I go to a certain store to get authentic Dutch liquorice....
Do you shop at Denniger's on Upper James? Great pumpernickel bagels if you can get them before they run out.....
I haven't been to that one....just the one on UJ and downtown....
Dutch chocolate is so good....
Dutch Toko...to get good Dutch products... On Upper James...in some plaza....
Never knew it was even a thing
Now i have to look
Good Mexican food. With all the Mexican restaurants, you would think that there would be one or two that could make food like they have in Southern AZ, New Mexico or Southern TX.
Colorado, right? You would think.
Even up here we have a couple of very authentic, mexican owned and operated mexican joints.
One is just a hole in the wall. But the fiid is amazing, if you can get in.
You would think we had one. There are a few in Pueblo but not any that are real good here in the springs.
I know that in eagle, property values have shot to the roof.
If it like that there, i imagine opening up a mexican eatery isnt cost effective.
Its difficult to chage 30 dollars for enchiladas