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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby Dr. NO » Sat Aug 05, 2017 2:10 pm

madhatter wrote:
freeski wrote:Madhatter let's see what you got growing...
having issues getting pics off my phone....USB keeps disconnecting before I can download...

lots of beans, peas just finished, lots of zucch and summer squash...I need to take my regular camera out and take some pics...been really busy w all this bike stuff and what not...


I have an iphone 4 which does not allow me to direct transfer photos. I attach photos to an e-mail and send it to one of my accounts.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby f.a.s.t. » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:24 pm

Step one: plant tomato, red onion, jalapeno and cilantro in garden

Step two: catch Haddock off New Hampshire coast-Stellwagen Bank

Step three: buy beer and corn mesa

Step four: prepare pico de gallo with garden tomato-red onion-cilantro-jalapeno-lime juice

Step five: prepare sauce with mayo-hot pepper relish-lemon juice-hot sauce-salt/pepper

Step six: make homemade tortillas with the corn mesa

Step seven: lightly fry Stellwagen Bank Haddock

Step eight: build tacos

Step nine: open beer

Step ten: eat best tacos ever and drink beer
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby freeski » Fri Aug 11, 2017 9:59 pm

^ Yep that must be awesome.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby Guy in Shorts » Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:00 pm

A meal worthy of a cold pbr? If you go a little East or West across state lines you can find a beer worthy of being paired with a meal like that.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby ANGUS » Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:08 pm

f.a.s.t. wrote:Step one: plant tomato, red onion, jalapeno and cilantro in garden

Step two: catch Haddock off New Hampshire coast-Stellwagen Bank

Step three: buy beer and corn mesa

Step four: prepare pico de gallo with garden tomato-red onion-cilantro-jalapeno-lime juice

Step five: prepare sauce with mayo-hot pepper relish-lemon juice-hot sauce-salt/pepper

Step six: make homemade tortillas with the corn mesa

Step seven: lightly fry Stellwagen Bank Haddock

Step eight: build tacos

Step nine: open beer

Step ten: eat best tacos ever and drink beer


I hate seafood. However that makes it look delicious. Nice work sir! Great picture! Mag worthy.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby tyrolean_skier » Sat Aug 12, 2017 10:40 pm

Looks delicious!!
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby f.a.s.t. » Mon Aug 14, 2017 8:29 pm

About 6 pounds of plum tomato picked on Friday and another 6 pounds today. About 6 hours later, presto.....6 huge jars of preserved tomato sauce.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby tyrolean_skier » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:06 pm

f.a.s.t. wrote:About 6 pounds of plum tomato picked on Friday and another 6 pounds today. About 6 hours later, presto.....6 huge jars of preserved tomato sauce.


Absolutely love tomato sauce made from fresh tomatoes. Made some myself recently.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby freeski » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:25 pm

Pumpkins on vine. Cucumbers coming out of my ears. :shock: Made 8 quarts of bread and butter pickles.

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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby skiadikt » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:31 pm

freeski wrote:Pumpkins on vine. Cucumbers coming out of my ears. :shock: Made 8 quarts of bread and butter pickles.

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more cukes that i can i use as well but they're easy to give away but i don't care if see another zucchini. picked about 30 of them and they're not so easy to give away. tomatoes started turning last week and may have to open up a farm stand ... overall, it's been a blast but might have to scale back or do a better job staggering the "crop" next year.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby daytripper » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:59 pm

skiadikt wrote:
freeski wrote:Pumpkins on vine. Cucumbers coming out of my ears. :shock: Made 8 quarts of bread and butter pickles.

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more cukes that i can i use as well but they're easy to give away but i don't care if see another zucchini. picked about 30 of them and they're not so easy to give away. tomatoes started turning last week and may have to open up a farm stand ... overall, it's been a blast but might have to scale back or do a better job staggering the "crop" next year.


My cucumbers are going crazy this year as well, I just pickled 6 pints and 2 days later have enough to pickle 6 more. My raspberries are having a great year but they always do, blueberries on the other hand just did not happen much this year after a banner crop last year. My tomatoes are having an average year, and my peppers are just starting to ripen.
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Re: Madhatter's 2017 Garden Thread

Postby skiadikt » Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:52 pm

daytripper wrote:
skiadikt wrote:
freeski wrote:Pumpkins on vine. Cucumbers coming out of my ears. :shock: Made 8 quarts of bread and butter pickles.

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more cukes that i can i use as well but they're easy to give away but i don't care if see another zucchini. picked about 30 of them and they're not so easy to give away. tomatoes started turning last week and may have to open up a farm stand ... overall, it's been a blast but might have to scale back or do a better job staggering the "crop" next year.


My cucumbers are going crazy this year as well, I just pickled 6 pints and 2 days later have enough to pickle 6 more. My raspberries are having a great year but they always do, blueberries on the other hand just did not happen much this year after a banner crop last year. My tomatoes are having an average year, and my peppers are just starting to ripen.


not into pickling so need to eat them all. got a couple quarts out of the blueberries. thinking of planting raspberries for next year. how many plants do you recommend?

won the battle against cabbage worms on my broccoli & brussel sprouts. squeezing the fckers was big fun but now my zukes have a bit of a squash bug infestation. captain jack's deadbug brew seems to work but they're pretty relentless.

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