I have red skinned and youkon gold. In my book it says to peel the potatoes.
Have any of you ever canned potaotes?
Do I have to peel them, we like the peelings on for potato salad and garlic and parsley potatoes.
Found at the co-op, red leaf lettuce, got it in the ground. Also found broccoli going to plant that today, also found cabbage will plant that tomorrow if it is not too wet.
I would try to get it all in today but broke a bone in my foot and having to take it easy.
But it's a start.
We have had both of those tools, the claw and the stirup hoe, and if the ground is worked up already they work fine, not worth any thing for un-broke ground which is what the tv leads one to believe k is being used. However it is plain to see that the ground in the ads is very well worked.
I think my home caned stuff is better because there is less salt and no added food coloring and all that other junk that is on the list of ingredients on labels.
Is there a farmers market close to you where you can get fresh stuff?
This is my latest attempt at canning, venison.
DH is a avid...
Both daughters went to inlaws so DH and I had a free day.
We went to Chattanooga to eat at Smokey Bones and !!!!!they were closed!!!! OH well, so was every other restaurant that surrounded the mall. There was a place open called the Country Place so we went back there. The food was OK, way...
I have to ask since I don't recognize it, what is that growing on your fence?
Did you say something to them when they were pulling plants up from "Your" yard? I don't think I could have kept my mouth shut if someone was in my yard pulling up plants.
Were you in his yard when you took those...
I thought I would post my recycled garden. It is a old tiller with a planter made from a break drum and holding moss, several pieces of driftwood, a raggedy Ann doll watching over the rock garden and a rocky horse.