From: Somewhere in the South Pacific.
Howdy Doody, Des.
Have to say I envy you guys. Lamb is right on the top of my list of wonderful eats, right behind fresh shot pheasant, duck or quail. But good lamb is hard to get in the States. I looooove lamb! I even like mutton. Lamb is my all-time favorite. Probably from hanging out with you guys and the Aussies.
Anyway, here's a shot of beaners. I'm not all that much of a traditionalist, 'cause I use green peppers, garlic, thyme and cardomom.
Not familiar with 'marrow'. Kown what it is, but don't know how people use it. Your pic shows something like a nice pie or quiche. I'm utterly clueless, so would Ms DivePac be willing to pm me a recipe?
Sorry John, everyone else including Mrs DivePac call them Pumpkins. I've always called it Marrow, because that's what my grandfather called them, and my Grandmother thought that was strange too. Mrs DivePac grew about 30 of them last year, in her garden. She stories them in the top floor of our house, and makes bloody nice soup from out of them too.
Mrs DivePac has a twin sister, but she is currently taken, but the guys a jerk so I'll let you know when shes free.
< Message edited by DivePac88 -- 1/1/2013 8:33:45 PM >
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