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Thread: Garden is producing fresh peas and Yukon gold potatoes

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    Which I creamed together for my dh for an early Father's Day lunch...with Shrimp and Scallops. Made 3 pints of cherry jam yesterday from pickings in our small orchard. Picked four nice sized squash today from garden. Oh, it was all so good...left just a taste for everyone.

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    yummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingNinaSue
    Which I creamed together for my dh for an early Father's Day lunch...with Shrimp and Scallops. Made 3 pints of cherry jam yesterday from pickings in our small orchard. Picked four nice sized squash today from garden. Oh, it was all so good...left just a taste for everyone.
    Dibs on the leftovers!!!!

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    sounds so wonderful. my plants have barely sprouted here in Minnesota :)

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    Planted the potatoes on St. Patrick Day. Peas were planted on Good Friday. Plan was for them to be ready by July 4th. Something happened to those plans. The plans of mice and men often go astray!!

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    It is so much easier to eat healthy food during the summer.

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    Sounds wonderful to me. Can't wait for our fresh produce.

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    Ohhhh that sounds good!!!!!!! :D

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    And I just hope we have no more storms to make my tomato plants look like they have flat lined... I tied them up today but. not looking to good. For some reason my garden this year isn't coming up as well as gardens I have planted in the past. I believe all the seeds were new this year. but something seems to be working against my garden and I. Still hoping for the best though and replanting as I need to.

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    Sounds good.

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