I don’t think it died just died back to near the ground. I just came in from yanking the dead stuff off of it---not too much. I left some on it to keep it warm until the middle of March.How could it die... before I tried it? :rage:
I'm sure they'll eat as much as you make.
No offense, but I don't like some of the natives in your area.Single digit?!
You would BBQ all year round here.
No offense, but I don't like some of the natives in your area.
Saving the earth while wearing flowers in their hair...
And I bet they cook up tough, no matter how long they marinate.
Drinks like Gregg?
Like Gregg used to, if I did now what I did 20yrs ago, I'd be sick for days.
Tonight MY wife is out of the house. No steak in the skillet, because I didn't think about it.
Instead, BBQ pork shoulder from a local BBQ place.
One famous place is more of a tourist attraction, and IMHO doesn't serve authentic Southern BBQ.
The one I went to is Tops BBQ, since 1952 they have been the best in this area, no question about it.
But they don't ship Fed-Ex, if they did, the other place (not to be named) would go downhill quickly.
A wagon train led by the VW symbol, and free love. :eusa_doh:I don't like the natives either and I am one. The difference is that I am not a filthy hippie.
To be fair though, the natives of today are the children of no good filthy hippies who came here from the east.
They will eat as much as I can make. Like little Pacmen.
I can house-sit, no problem.No house sitting then eh?
Chicken Cordon Bleu...baked potato...creamy shell mac & cheese..crescent rolls...Coca Cola.