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    Ya know when you live in Southern Cal and tell folks that you have a tomato eatin' dog that rather favors those then steak you leave yourself open for a whole bunch of N. Cal. banter...HA!
    40 acre claim just loaded with blackberries. Pain in the butt to weedeat but it has a bright side. Always pick, wash, sugar and let them sit for a few days before putting scoops into small zip locks, flatten, stack and freeze. Great little thank-you gifts to the mail lady and gas attendant etc.. Last forever frozen.
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    Oh boy,, oh boy,, I just purchased a 9 acre farm.
    Yum, yum,, can't wait. Fresh Homemade sauce,
    On lasagna, or sausage and meatballs cooking slowly in tomato sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mendoAu View Post
    Ya know when you live in Southern Cal and tell folks that you have a tomato eatin' dog that rather favors those then steak you leave yourself open for a whole bunch of N. Cal. banter...HA!
    40 acre claim just loaded with blackberries. Pain in the butt to weedeat but it has a bright side. Always pick, wash, sugar and let them sit for a few days before putting scoops into small zip locks, flatten, stack and freeze. Great little thank-you gifts to the mail lady and gas attendant etc.. Last forever frozen.
    Hey can I help it if my dog needs his Lycopeens? Haha I was born, raised and still live in SoCal. That doesn't mean that I am not wise to the world. My parents grew up on Dairy farms outside of St. Paul Minnesota. My farmer parents (and grandparents) Grew food, made freezer jam and raised rabbits and chickens. My mom would have me go catch a chicken for dinner. Catch chicken, mom wacks the head, boiling water to remove feathers, dinner.
    My parents also believed that we should see America and summer vacations were all 8 of us kids piled into a rambler station wagon with no AC crossing America towing an old canvas side Apache tent trailer with all of the camping gear (including an additional tent to hold us all. My mother loved to can everything If it wasn't canned it was frozen. So in addition to Strawberry freezer jam it was Canned jams and jellies. My mom was in pursuit of the mouth watering Black berry jamb. So one summer we end up doing the Norcal coast up into Oregon, staying at KOA campgrounds and wild thick forested campgrounds with acres of wild black berries everywhere. All of us kids got to picking them and my Mom stayed in camp, canning black berry jamb on a green three burner coleman stove. She handed out samples on warm buttered bread to anyone that poked their head into camp. It did not take long before every Ranger in driving distance was stopping by to "check on us" they of course left with samples. I think I was 9 years old. I don't remember much about the trip except that Jam. I'd give a gold nugget for a "sample" today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Samuel View Post
    My tomatoes are small and green, and no strawberries yet. I live in Connecticut.
    The season is coming your way!
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    sometimes the simple things are just best, cat head biscuits with jam are hard to beat, unless you got eggs and your choice of ham, bacon, sausage, fried venison or fried wild turkey. heck we even put jam on our pancakes
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    Down here in Florida my strawberries are done for the year.
    But I'm swimming in tomatoes and peppers!
    Just canned about 3 gallons of fresh salsa.
    Happy hunting and gardening to all!

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    There is just no comparison between store bought fruits and vegetables and those you grow at home. Tomatoes, sweet corn, green beans, fresh picked are a bit of heaven you can't get any other way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SusanMN View Post
    There is just no comparison between store bought fruits and vegetables and those you grow at home. Tomatoes, sweet corn, green beans, fresh picked are a bit of heaven you can't get any other way.
    I agree!! We grow tomatoes, peppers, kolrabi and melons, one neighbor grows strawberries and black raspberries and another neighbor grows sweet corn...then we simply raid each other's gardens and everyone is happy! Great stuff...nothing like a tomato right off the vine into the old pie-hole..mmmm...Ddf
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