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    All my hard work is paying off!!

    Thu Dec 22, 2011 8:11 am
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    All the work I did in the garden and the produce I grew, looks so pretty in jars and I am now giving them as Christmas gifts. Every thing from dill pickles, jams, pickled beets, relishes and sweet pickles are all decorated and look marvelous, if I may say! My newest find was dilly beans, never made nor had them before. They are beautiful in jars too!! All my hard work has really help me not having to spend a lot of money. Just a few baked goods left and I am good to go!!

    I want to say Merry Christmas to all my garden friends!!
    Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:00 pm
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    Hooray for you!! Is there nothing quite SO satisfying as something you did from start to finish?! As for me, I would rather have one of your gifts than any store bought item I could think of. Did you use the "Deborah" beans for the dillies? My Mom and Dad liked to stick them into Bloody Marys years ago. Fond memories ~ Dad's been gone 11 years now.
    Happy and merry to you and yours too! Hope we get more traffic in here when the gardening season kicks in again. I was looking at some of my 2011 garden pictures ~ OMG, we sure don't know what we've got til it's gone icon_eek.gif
    Fri Dec 23, 2011 7:52 am
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    Hi Kel, Yes I did, I use the young ones, as I found out the large ones I let go to seed and they make the best dry bean soup!What a great dual purpose bean!!! I lost my Dad 4 years ago this month, I miss him dearly too. I agree, hoping things will get busy around here come spring. I guess everyone is busy with Christmas, But I got another seed catalog in the mail to keep me happy and I wish by all the cold and snow till the warm days of spring and summer return. Merry Christmas Kelly!!
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