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Turbo Monkey
Sep 1, 2004
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Charlie working on his purrcour.

Crispy gahlic!-oregano-cumin fried baby bellas. Black bean, red onion, gahlic!, roasted poblano, mascarpone cheese goop.

With some radish for crunch. Pick your sauce. I prefer the Herdez, the spousal unit is all about the Cholula.
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6thElement

Schrodinger's Immigrant
Jul 29, 2008
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I was just thinking it's getting close to time to start planting seeds. We normally have them indoors for the first several weeks to avoid snow into May.
 

scrublover

Turbo Monkey
Sep 1, 2004
1,796
3,536
I was just thinking it's getting close to time to start planting seeds. We normally have them indoors for the first several weeks to avoid snow into May.
First Sunny weekend in April. Seeds in the ground. We've got another two or so weeks to worry about a frost, but the seeds are sheltered underground so no worries.

Several years now doing it that way and no problems so far. Works well. Far less money and work than seedlings inside.

Obviously your mileage may vary depending on your growing season and climate. It works pretty well here though.
 

6thElement

Schrodinger's Immigrant
Jul 29, 2008
8,725
5,516
First Sunny weekend in April. Seeds in the ground. We've got another two or so weeks to worry about a frost, but the seeds are sheltered underground so no worries.

Several years now doing it that way and no problems so far. Works well. Far less money and work than seedlings inside.

Obviously your mileage may vary depending on your growing season and climate. It works pretty well here though.
Normally mid-May before we can plant seedlings outside. Living at 7500ft, it can easily still dump snow that time of year.