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Thread: Avocado recipes

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    Smile Avocado recipes

    I have an abundance of avocados. They are to high to pick now, so they drop and are not real good by then. I make an avocado bread, any other ideas?

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    I was watching Allie Vincent the other day and she has a cucumber and avocado salad that she does on the Live Well Network. I don't don't know if it is on the site but you could check. She is the girl that won the Biggest Loser a few years ago. I love your avatar picture! I have that one and the kitty on my Bucket list.

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    I'll take a look. Thank you. My avaitar is a pillow I made, a paper pieced picture of my dog Maggie.

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    Could you get one of those long handle lite bulb things I don't know what they are called but you can use them to reach up to unscrew a bulb up high.
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    avocado, watermelon, tomato, mint salad w/balsamic vinegar and olive oil MMMMMM!

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    Guacamole of course. Have a collection of lots of avocado recipes...later in day will post a few. I have even heard of grilled avocado but never tried it...sounds good though.

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    You are more than welcome to ship some out o me.. They are $2 each.
    I was in Santa Barbara a month ago. My sister's niece has a ranch there, and they have avacado trees all over.. It is so beautiful there.. They have the best of both worlds.. It as the mounains, and has the ocean not too far. We also went to Carpenteria

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    We have a avocado picker poll with clippers on the end and a bag to catch. Even with a ladder they are to high. The tree is huge. Climbing the tree with the poll would work but know one wants to climb it. So we preety much have to let them fall and hope we get some good ones out of it. The animals eat alot too.

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    Wish they were good enough to ship, most of them aren't. When they get old the old goes to the bottom and they get a sof black spot. Just in Carpinteria yesterday, said the same thing about the ocean and the mountains. Did you go to the new Quilt store in Carpinteria? Roxanne's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judymc View Post
    Wish they were good enough to ship, most of them aren't. When they get old the old goes to the bottom and they get a sof black spot. Just in Carpinteria yesterday, said the same thing about the ocean and the mountains. Did you go to the new Quilt store in Carpinteria? Roxanne's.
    I didn't go to the quilt store. I was in Marina Del Rey for a conference, and drove up to the area for the day. I did go shopping in down town LA... I was visiting. My sister's niece has a ranch in Santa Barbara, and two house on the ocean in Carpenteria. We were hanging out in the guest house. I live in NY, my sister lives in FL, and my niece was there with her son from CO.. I see my sister a lot, but I don't go out to CO.. It was a great trip.

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