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squash: In The South, We Deep Fry! - 07/19/08 08:10 AM
Though the title may be a bit over the top, there is a funny and often heard saying that everything tastes good deep fried! While I will take the word of the more adventurous epicureans, I do enjoy the occasional evening filled with artery clogging deep fried veggies! It may seem a bit ironic that I would slice up some of my wonderful organic veggies and drop them in boiling oil! Ironic, but tasty!
There really isn't much of a recipe! If you check out the following picture you will see just how easy this is!

There are of course … (24 comments)

squash: Stir Fry Those Fresh Veggies! - 07/12/08 01:53 PM
Last night I used a couple of carrots, some radishes, an onion, a large zucchini, and a squash in a wonderful stir fry dish. I cut up the carrots, zucchini, and squash in sizeable strips. I diced the radishes and onion. All of this went into a large snapware bowl with Dale's low sodium seasoning poured over the top to marinade for at least 20-30 minutes. While it might not be the healthiest thing, I put a generous spoonful of country crock butter in a large skillet and heated it on high; yes you could use vegetable or olive oil. I … (38 comments)

squash: A Garden's First Bounty! - 07/03/08 09:33 AM

The Garden Is In!
A Veggie Garden Update...With Chickens!
As many of you know from earlier posts, I am quite an avid gardener! Well today was the first in what will definitely be many takes from my garden. There were at least twice as many cucumbers as the ones you see in the photo above! From the varying shades of green to the alternately bright and deep yellow of the squash, the photo does present the vibrant colors of nature. This is only what was ready today as the plants are laden with veggies. From the grape tomatoes growing in … (50 comments)

squash: A Veggie Garden Update...With Chickens! - 06/19/08 03:25 AM
Back on May 22, 2008 I wrote a post called The Garden Is In! where I detailed my newly planted garden. Well today is just three days shy of one month since that post and I figured I would post an update. The landscape fabric has been a great tool in controlling grass and weed growth. Very rarely do I pull any weeds. Watering is also kept to a minimum because we luckily are not in a drought. In fact there is morning dew on the plants when I go out to check them each morning while having coffee! The plants … (32 comments)

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