fall harvest

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  1. wv hillbilly

    wv hillbilly Well-Known Member

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    some of the bigest radishes i ever raised. some bigger than golf ball and just as hard as a rock
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    also i'm still getting more peppers than i can eat:eek:
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    wife is getting ready to have me till the garden and sow a cover crop for winter. Got down to freezing last night for the first time so she yoinked everything that was still growing, mostly tomotoes.

    we have tons of peppers still, hot and normal; gonna fire up the smoker and make some home made chipotle! woo hoo!
  3. wv hillbilly

    wv hillbilly Well-Known Member

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    sounds good
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    love radishes, got a fair amount this year also, none that big though. those look pretty good.

    we slice the tops off and keep 'em in a jar of water in the fridge, use them on salads or just eat them whole with a little salt.
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