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Re: Hello/now vegetables

Pam:  Tell that to my therapist!  LOL!!

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Tue 03/18, Pamela J. Evans < gardenqueen@gbronline.com > wrote:
From: Pamela J. Evans [mailto: gardenqueen@gbronline.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 06:13:21 -0600
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Hello/now vegetables
/14, David Franzman < dfranzma@pacbell.net > wrote:<br>>>From: David
Franzman [mailto: dfranzma@pacbell.net]<br>>>To:
gardenchat@hort.net<br>>>Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 20:54:38
-0800<br>>>Subject: Re: [CHAT] Hello/now vegetables<br>>><br>>>Well Mr.
Island, I can tell you didn't have to sit at the dinner table
<br>>>while all your siblings were playing until you finished the
so-called <br>>>veggies on your plate. I would be there for hours while
the typically <br>>>over cooked, unrecognizable globs turned stone cold.
Then I would try <br>>>and choke them down because the dog wouldn't even
eat them as I tried to <br>>>feed him under the table. "Suffering
succotash" always had a deep <br>>>meaning for
me.<br>>><br>>>DF<br>>><br>>>Island Jim wrote:<br>>><br>>>> amazing that
vegetables should engender any kind of passion. aside <br>>>> from a few
dozen indian entrees, vegetables are just, well, vegetables <br>>>> as
near as i can tell. all of them cooked al dente and dressed wit

h a <br>>>> drizzle of sweet butter and white pepper, thank you, are
more or less <br>>>> edible. all of them, that is, except turnips,
parsnips, and <br>>>> rutabagas--the existence of which confirm the
notion that god has a <br>>>> malicious sense of
humor.<br>>>><br>>>><br>>>> At 06:16 PM 3/14/03 -0600, you
wrote:<br>>>><br>>>>> NO NO-- I am with Zem.... Fresh from my
garden..yummy!<br>>>>><br>>>>> Try adding some sauce (cheese or
hollandaise) that is what I do for the<br>>>>> picky folks that come
here.<br>>>>><br>>>>> And yes, I like all veggies..including lima
beans...<br>>>>><br>>>>> Donna<br>>>>><br>>>>> ><br>>>>> > Oh, I can
hack them! I can hack them up all over the place!<br>>>>> ><br>>>>> >
Sorry Zem, next to lima beans brussel sprouts are the lowest of
life<br>>>>> > forms.<br>>>>> ><br>>>>> > DF<br>>>>> ><br>>>>> > Pamela
J. Evans wrote:<br>>>>> ><br>>>>> > >To each his own darlin' - I can't
hack those things.<br>>>>> > >:-)<br>>>>> > ><br>>>>> > >---------- O

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