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Old May 13, 2007, 5:56 PM   #1
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Went to buy some apples to take with me to work with my lunch and snack at break.

There were Pink Ladies, Braburn, Gala, Courtland, Macs, Empireetc. (only able to find Wine Saps and Coons when visiting orchard but I refuse to pay and do labor for my apples).

I always take my camera on these trips (almost like a phot tour for me).

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Old May 13, 2007, 5:59 PM   #2
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This pictured just "pined" to be posterized!

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Old May 13, 2007, 6:02 PM   #3
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A devine picture of stemmed tomato

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Old May 13, 2007, 6:03 PM   #4
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Some sweet Italian Peppers

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Old May 13, 2007, 6:06 PM   #5
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Sweet Italian Peppers with some posterization heat.

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Starting at the top, I like the grabby title. Pineapples look good, and better posterized. Peppers look just as good either way to me, but then, I am a pepper guy. And did you buy some of the tomatoes? They are quite tasty as well as photogenic I have discovered.
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Old May 13, 2007, 6:39 PM   #7
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Did not buy any but bought some hydroponic one the other day. I love peppers too.

I buy varigated (cheaper) or those other than green (too acidic) and mix some raw instant rice, a can of diced tomato (plain or seasoned), diced onion and crushed garlic. Cut off the tops of the peppers, clean the insides of pulpy stuff and fill with mixture. Steam them and they are great (not a vegeteian but I keep red meat consumption down). I steam them in a special dish in the micro wave oven about 10 miutes, stove top steamer good too. Taste great! Other spices can be added too but I am a bit not too into spiced up food.

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Hey Bill, great photos of the produce section. Love the catchy intro also. However, I have to say you would be on a sure enough diet here in Cajun country.:GThe mothers day dish I posted was loaded and somewhat spicey.
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I saw that dish of yours and tasted the hot spices with my eyes, thank god for bottled water!

One small bottle of Franks Hot Sauce can last me 5 years.

Not exactly a "Ragin Brooklyn Cajun".

Once watched The Hot Sauce eating competition on t.v. from LA and saw a guy dump a little bottle of hot sauce into a little dish of chile and spoon it all down like it was oatmeal! I had to drink some water just from watching.

When I make a pot of Chile from 1# of ground turkey I just add 1 or 2 packets of hot sauce that comes with the chineese take out and for me thats walking on the wild side.

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Lol, actually, while some what mildly spicy, I meant with cajun boudain, boston butt, tasso and shrimp. Besides onions, bell pepper, tomatos, mixed vegetables, and a few of the normal household spices. And of course salt and pepper. It is all in preparation which takes longer, and most any cook can attest too.
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