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Re: Hello/now vegetables/travel

Zem and the rest of your folks remind me that a fun thing to do would be 
to travel around the country and tasting different regional cuisine. 
 For some historic reason the South's taste vary greatly from the rest 
of the country it seems.  Of course, we tend to eat those things that 
are abundant in particular area but it also depends on the area of 
origin or those who settled.  Fun stuff.  

Just because I have to:  Okra=Hibiscus


Zemuly@aol.com wrote:

>In a message dated 03/16/2003 1:20:42 AM Central Standard Time, 
>mtalt@hort.net writes:
>>About the only veg I'm not keen about is okra; never
>>have enjoyed that one:-)
>Obviously you have never had it sliced, dredged in corn meal and fried in 
>shallow bacon grease -- to die for (maybe literally, but what a way to go).
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