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December 04, 2009


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Fresh Local and Best

Wow! 72 jars! That is impressive! Its great to see the fruits of your harvest all year long.

noble pig

Those mushrooms are making my mouth water. And the tomato sauce, heaven at this time of year.


Okay, now I envy YOU. I forgot about the palooza and how many jars you had this year. Lucky lady. The only summery thing I still have in my freezer is one bag of Hatch chiles. But I realized just from having those saved that it really is nice to have summer in December. Maybe next summer I can find a partner...

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