I still think I would do it the same way. If its crooked neck it might be a little more difficult. Peel it. Quarter it lengthwise, that way you can cut off the strip with the seeds in it. If its very young squash, you can leave the seeds in it, then you don't even have to cut it. Then grate it.
Has anyone been reading about using charcoal for soil building? Scientist have found that the rich black Amazon soil was intentionally fertilized with charcoal over 1500 years ago and it is being sold today as "black gold" soil. Unlike compost, it can last thousands of years in the soil...
Today I made giant kosher dill spears. I used Mrs Wages Kosher Dill Pickle mix and added extra garlic and a hot pepper to each jar. I make these with oversize cucumbers and cut into 6=8 spears each and cut off any of the center strip that has seeds that are overmature. My husband loves them...
If you find a good big old canner second hand, for a good price, definitely get it! The pots don't go bad, and you can still buy replacement parts, plugs, gaskets, valves, guages, or whatever. The big ones cost a fortune. The $20 one was a canner or a cooker? a 4 quart cooker won't do much.
so when my 4 rows of pink eye crowder peas come off, y'all come on over and help with the shelling!
I was raised in the north and didn't know about anything but english peas or green peas. In the south if you say peas, they assume your talking black eye or crowder or some type of field pea...
Peas....English, snap, southern (cow pea)? Ok, so when you're posting about peas, please tell us what kind of pea you're talking about!
Now my question. Anybody know what is recommended spacing for bush crowder peas? Arkansas, and yes I know its late! :D Flood got my first garden.
#1 6 ft of flood water started in the day after we planted the garden.
#2 dh-"I'm just going to run the middlebuster between the okra and the peppers"
#3 clearing land for the garden Me- "Are you sure that tree is going to fall away from the barn?"
Sounds like a garden after my own heart, er stomach, silkie.
My garden is going in late this year, well my second garden. The first one went under about 6 feet of water. Today I planted 2 gypsy peppers, 1 cowhorn pepper, and 4 tommy toes tomatoes. Already planted are serranos, jalapenos...
and it is edible. I went to a friends house and she gave me a taco-thingy. I asked her what she made it from and I couldn't understand (My spanish doesn't include very many plant names). She took me to her back yard and showed me the portulaca.