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Buzzard Wing wrote:Sorry Ed, every good Pole knows what you make with potatoes. Was your family from the turnip part of the old country???
I am still in awe of what fine farming is done in that area, beautiful river bottom land. Joe gave me a tour when I went to fetch the 64 Cub and it has some of the nicest farms I have seen anywhere in New England. Great variety of crops too.
Speaking of variety, I had a delicious acorn squash with dinner tonight (with maple syrup).... 'Plainville Farm', Hadley MA was the label on it.
Buzzard Wing wrote:I do live a short walk from a stop and shop... (one of the advantages of living in the big city, not to mention all the cultural activities ). The only way it could be more local is if I grew it myself.... That reminds me, gotta harvest the last of the carrots.
BTW I did get some great stuff from the fellow with all the yeller Cubs (Al's Greenhouse) a couple of months ago. Best green beans I ever had! Not really all that local, you need to pack a lunch to go over there. (RI joke)
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