You guys are making me hungry! I have some red cabbage growing. If it survives the bugs and heat, I will probably can it. We love this stuff at my house.
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Where are you at on the susquehanna? I'm in Northeast PA (Hazleton) a little off the banks but close enough, and I planted my peppers and totmatoes last week because our nights have been in the mid forties for the past month. Now they are saying mid thirties this coming week. Guess I'm going to have to pull the sheets out. Any suggestion on covering? Should I lay the sheet right over the veggies or put it over the fence post? Never ran into this problem before.
Fresh avocado chunks, Japanese cucumber slices, plum tomato chunks and sweet Maui onion (think Vidalia onions) shavings, drizzled with homemade honey vinegar and EVOO. YUM!
I should get some then! My attempt at zucchini wasn't very successful last year.
a small or non-existent zucchini crop is a blessing to have compared to a normal crop
I like caraway in mine too. It's called "Bavarian-style" down here.We have a brand Kuners here, that is where I first tried ^^^^ Bavarian style and won't look back!
First brew today with my 10 gallon Polar Ware stainless. I ended up stirring a little bit during the boil w. a stainless spoon. Unfortunately, the bottom of the kettle has little scratches now! Did I ruin the kettle? Should I contact Polar to see if this is a defect? Thanks.
nah, it's be fine.
"How does everyone keep track of or know the level of beer in ones kegs? Or does anyone even do that?"
When the beer turns absolutely crystal clear and tastes better than it ever has, then its about one or two pints away from blowing.
THIS. so many times...
Personally if I was going to pull a keg out of the fridge to weigh it I'd instead just leave it on the basement floor for several minutes, after which the condensation line will tell me where the level is.