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Author Topic: Brassicas!!! Let's go!!!  (Read 2663 times)
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« Reply #20 on: January 22, 2009, 11:28:03 AM »

Seth, oh wonderful.  And she is a he, smiling.  Glad you clarified that one too, smiling.  Put her in with your honey logo, somehow, smiling.  Have a most wonderful day, great health and attract and keep it.  Cindi
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« Reply #21 on: January 22, 2009, 06:44:40 PM »

Not brassica but eggplant!  YUM!  grin  Was in our box at the CSA yesterday & some weren't "pretty" enough for her to put in so she was giving em away!  I had one last night & one today for lunch!! I don't fry em,  just slice, rinse in water (or you can use egg wash, spray w/pam or olive oil) dip in seasoned breadcrumbs & bake for awhile. I make a dip out of cottage cheese & ranch dressing, whizzed till blended & smooth with some basil, garlic & Italian herbs.  I better run back over & see if she has any left!  My tummy is full & I'm a happy camper!  J
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« Reply #22 on: January 22, 2009, 07:01:51 PM »

Jody, now this is one of the weirdest things that you will ever hear.  I have never tried eggplant. No clue why, just have never tried it.  Being a veggie LOVER, it is a weirdy.  Gotta try it.  I saw it being prepared on the cooking channel yesterday, now you speak of it, almost identically prepared.  I believe in the law of attraction (big, big, big, big,  big time, seeing/hearing about eggplant, maybe I should get some, make some, try some, eat some, some, some.....have a great day, live, attract great health too!!!  Cindi
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« Reply #23 on: January 22, 2009, 07:15:49 PM »

Don't know where the BINGO came from!  I was posting & blanching beans at the same time & the water was boiling onto the stove so had to stop in the middle, mop up then came back...hmmm weird!  But the dip is good & you should try eggplant!  It has sort of a different bite, not hot, not sour, not really bitter, just different & may be an acquired taste. Some are stronger than others, fresher is better! Oh yea, I eat the skin too, it's too pretty not to eat!  J
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« Reply #24 on: January 22, 2009, 10:07:40 PM »

I'm in on the eggplant too. I cannot believe you haven't tried, Cindi! I could not live without baba ganouj or caponata.

Jody - maybe I'm being dense but how are you getting eggplants from a CSA in WA in Jan? Greenhouses? I am totally green with envy.

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« Reply #25 on: January 23, 2009, 06:12:00 AM »

Cindi, it is indeed very weird that you have never tried eggplant. Its a very versatile veggie I'm sure you will learn to appreciate. Its good fried and baked in casseroles and is fantastic with meats and seafood especially shrimp. Go get you some!


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« Reply #26 on: January 23, 2009, 11:15:41 AM »

Jess, I don't know how she gets it, she has a source somewhere up N from here.  It's all certified organic so I really don't care. It's just nummy, we get a wide variety of goodies every week & best part is I don't have to go to the supermarket & pay the higher prices for less fresh!  My lettuce will stay nice for 3 WEEKS sometimes!  I am very lucky to live where I do!  J
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« Reply #27 on: January 23, 2009, 11:32:13 AM »

Don't know where the BINGO came from! 

Jody, are you talking about the same BINGO as I was? 

There was a post made by a new member (Julie) named BoardPlaner.  The subject of her post was "help save a BINGO hive in the snow" or something like that.  I wanted to know waht BINGO hive meant.  Today when I went on the forum, the post was a duplicate and was locked.  Ken (Buzzbee) asked me where I came up with BINGO from.  Well, it was right in the post, but not today.  Did you see it too?  I am so ding dang curious and can't stand to not know things, smiling.  There was another post about a saving a hive in the snow that Julie had made, maybe the first one was locked because it was a duplicate.

Anyways, Jody, did you see the word "BINGO" in that post too?  Have a great day, girl.  Cindi
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