WHAT'S IN THE OLE BARN :
We definitely want to find veggies and fruits that do well here and maybe sell a few or at least cook with them. We are experimenting. Here’s something we learned:
Six cucumber plants may be too many…
…especially if it rains 10 inches every month.
We have have a few hundred cukes thus far. And now we are getting massive ones. Some are bigger than my very large head, as you can see in the picture.
I have run out of ways to make them and we have many, many, many jars of pickles.
Speaking of pickles, I have no idea how I realized this, but the number to the F.B.I. in Boston is 617-742-5533. You know what that spells?
Do you know what I used to do?
I used to wait for people to walk into the room or office and I would be laughing hysterically. They would ask why.
“Oh…HAHA… my…HA…god. I just heard….SNORT… the funniest pickle…GUFFAW…joke ever!”
Naturally, they’d ask where and I would tell them that it’s a free phone line…just call 617-PICKLED.
They would and I would pee myself as they slammed down the reciever.
One time I worked in a Call Center and it was a slow Friday or something, so we decided to see how many people we could add on a conference call. When it got up to around 30 or so I said “Hang on. I got one more!”
I connected to 1-617-PICKLED.
SLAM! SLAM! SLAM! SLAM! SLAM! SLAM! SLAM! SLAM!…
PS: The number has since changed to 857-386-2000. That doesn’t really spell anything. I blame me.
Easy. Freaking damn easy. Serves 1.
This is a perfect breakfast or lunch or whatever.
1 fairly ripe avacodo
Onion powder (or any fun spice you like)
Grated parm or romano cheese
Whatcha Gotta Do:
Available in different sizes and framed. Just ask!