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  • v ZOEYBLU
    Hi Judy, Thank-you for thinking of me ! I'm having a busy summer. Lots of weekend open houses ( realtor ya know :) ... I see your having a squash dilemma hehe ! Do you ever think you'll be back in the Pacific Northwest ?
    5 minutes ago
  • v JANET552
    I'm sure Tony thinks he was the focus of the picture he allowed me to take. As for the dogs, we have a rule -- no peeing on flags or flowers. For the most part, they seem to consider the flags an obstacle so I'm guessing no other dogs pee on them either. Flowers require more effort to keep them away.
    14 hours ago
  • v KAYDE53
    Thanks, Judy, for getting back to me about the "squash" noodles. I've been seeing a lot of recipes using zucchini, summer squash, etc for noodles, and I wondered about the watery thing too. I need to get a good mandolin slicer, I don't have one. I'd probably like it myself; I don't know what the rest of my bunch would think. I also wondered about the flavor, I know most squash usually kind of takes on whatever flavor that you put with it, so I didn't think you'd taste it much. Have a cool day! Hugs, Kay
    23 hours ago
  • v KDYLOSE
    Yeah, it's great here - there's at least a dozen small organic farms, goat farms, cattle ranches and even a creamery scattered around the area that seem to be making a go of it. They sell locally through a little co-op on the edge of town, and I imagine probably also sell to stores or restaurants closer to DC. Things cost a few dollars more but I really want to support this. Been buying free-range eggs from a guy who used to be the town newspaper editor.
    24 hours ago
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