Harvested and tasted my first Tomatillo ever. ¡Ay, caramba!
Those things taste good! (4 grams carbs per 1/2 cup too!)
Figured out when to harvest them too. Wait for the fruit
to burst out of the wrapper, wait for the wrapper to turn
yellow, and wait for the stem to turn brown.
Wow. I could not believe how they tasted. My wife loved
them too. I can believe people make salsa out of them.
And they are growing almost out of control. I got about
25 more (green) fruit on the two of them too. I wish
tomatoes were so easy to grow. :-)
They were $2.00 per plant from the nursery. Is it better
to self sow or to plant them were you want? We have hard
freezing winters around here. Any problem with self sowing
(sprouts all get frozen at lesat once before planting time)?
Can you transplant them? Save the seeds?
My wife and I are still trying to describe how they taste.
Noting really gets it. The closest is delicately sweet
with a non sour citrus zest, and the slightest hint of
I AM SNEAKY!!!!
Actually, I did
and then pasted from the result into a note pad under
"It is spelled". It for things I can not remember how
to spell and the spell checker can't find, such as
"ignominy" and "Quelle surprise!".
On Monday, August 4, 2014 5:31:03 PM UTC-7, Todd wrote:
> How do you get that neat upside-down exclamation point? Need to order a
Spanish keyboard, or...?
I admire your sneakiness -- er -- "enterprise". I never would have thought
I don't use spell checker, being one of a vanishing group of people who can
spell. Soon we will all be gone and the world will little note nor long r
emember what we did here.
Suggestion: If you need to check spelling & your search engine can't handl
e it (surprised!?) just put what you think into a search engine. It is sm
art enough to figure out what you want.
I went to Publik skool. Instead of teaching reading with phonics
like it has been done for the last bazillion years, they taught
"Look See". '"Bed" see the headboards and the pillows.' Consequently
I even have trouble sounding things out. Too many "education
consultants" in the publik skool system.
My deceased (hospital infection) Mother in law taught 2nd grade
and phonics. Whenever the "consultants" came around, she would
cover everything up and display their garbage. Funny thing,
her 2nd graders, when they finished the 4th grade, still out read
their "look see" counterparts. Her principle let her get away
with it because he loved her classes reading scores.
I have a drivers license so I can remember how to spell my own
name. "Now was that one 'd' or two 'd's?"
> Soon we will all be gone and the world will little note nor long
remember what we did here.
Also very sneaky!
the riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped
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