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Old 09-05-12, 06:47 PM   #1
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My ghost peppers are popping

Funny thing is i worked very hard and started from seeds this year but my best plant is one mother nature did her self a pepper from last years crop musta a fell off plant last year and got burried but its my bigest and best plant.I made hotsauce with my ghost last year and im about out so good timeing .How is all ya alls plants doing this year?
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My grape tomatoes are almost done. I have a roma tomato planted about a month ago that has a few little green ones on it. I also put an eggplant in a pot - I'm curious to see how well it does.

My lime tree has some ripe ones on it but both lemon trees won't be ready for a few months yet.
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O i love tomatoes fresh from garden just add salt and eat long as its pestcides free.i love limes to .i miss fla we had oranges and grapefruit they was pink grapefruit very good we could feed hundred of folks of this one tree
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I used to eat tomatoes with salt like that when I was a kid. My parents would get a crate of them from a roadside stand and we'd eat them like apples.

I love the smell of fresh lime oil. When you roll a fresh lime on the counter before cutting it, the oil gets on your hand and it smells wonderful.
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I used to eat tomatoes with salt like that when I was a kid. My parents would get a crate of them from a roadside stand and we'd eat them like apples.

I love the smell of fresh lime oil. When you roll a fresh lime on the counter before cutting it, the oil gets on your hand and it smells wonderful.
I recall fresh keylime pie good stuff it was sweet and sour
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I recall fresh keylime pie good stuff it was sweet and sour
It is very good. The only bad thing is that key limes are so tiny it takes dozens of them to get enough juice for a pie.
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My aloe vera plants survive despite me. They are tough critters.
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ihavent had good aloe since i moved to ga
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It is very good. The only bad thing is that key limes are so tiny it takes dozens of them to get enough juice for a pie.
Ah, a true connoisseur. I think that most people don't realize that key limes are a special variety of lime and assume that key lime pie is the name for any lime pie with a creamy topping.
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For the first time in a few years, it's been a good season for tomatoes here. First year trying cucumbers and it has been successful, been doing great with eggplant and green beans yet again. Peppers have been great here.
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I've been freezing tomato sauce from my San Marzano tomatoes and will be for awhile as the plants are loaded. The fingerling potatoes are doing well also.
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Black Beauty eggplant!
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I love eggplant
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Any good recipes? It's been so hot here this summer but eggplant loves the heat!
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Any good recipes? It's been so hot here this summer but eggplant loves the heat!
Cut it into 1.5" slices, brush with olive oil and balsamic vinegar and grill like a hamburger. I put soft goat cheese on the bun or melt swiss cheese on the eggplant during its final minutes on the grill.

Ina Garten's Roasted Eggplant Dip is another favorite.
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