Author Topic: Cohutt builds a garden, Chapter 2  (Read 187617 times)

Offline cohutt

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Re: Cohutt builds a garden, Chapter 2
« Reply #630 on: December 27, 2010, 04:14:16 AM »
Cheetah68- Thanks.  In-laws came it for Christmas I couldn't convince them the peppers were real and really hot. They kept touching them in disbelief....

dwhoppy- thanks for the kind comment.  I'm glad to know other people are trying new things and stretching their seasons out.  We had a beautiful Christmas day salad straight from the garden here too; it was some of the most crisp and flavorful lettuce I've ever tasted..

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Re: Cohutt builds a garden, Chapter 2
« Reply #631 on: December 27, 2010, 09:10:52 AM »
Next season I have to start experimenting with cold frames. If nothing else to warm up the soil so that I can plant before June this next year. Idaho's beautiful, but boy the winters can be long.

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Re: Cohutt builds a garden, Chapter 2
« Reply #632 on: April 19, 2012, 03:12:59 PM »
other than eating them on salads, what to do with them?

Dice'em up, add some lite Italian dressing, shredded mozzerella, and fresh basil. Spoon onto toasted french bread for some fantastic bruschetta!