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Old 12th July 2012, 11:13 AM   #1141
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"Cranberry" is the most common name for bodies of water (OK, lakes) in Nova Scotia. I believe there is at least one "Cranberry Lake" in every county of the province. The cranberries are good, too!
Ours is a former cranberry bog. Sadly, the berries are long gone, but there are red currant bushes all along the lake trail.
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Forget the Blues Brothers. He's in the land of the Chess brothers. Chicago style blues from the fifties is the second great original American art form.

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Old 12th July 2012, 04:28 PM   #1143
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Old 12th July 2012, 07:38 PM   #1144
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What, a few thousand years out of the desert and you can't take a little heat ?
Forget the desert, if you really like heat, chomp down on one of these...

I would dare someone to eat a Habanero or Scotch bonnet, but I'm not sure about these, they can really hurt you, guaranteed to put hair on your a$$.

Bhut Jolokia (Ghost pepper) is a perennial, it is year 2 for this plant. I hope to get several years of peppers from it. It is loaded with these little heaters, don't really know what to do with them all though. Talked to the manager at a local Mexican restaurant, I might be able to trade for some margaritas.
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Old 12th July 2012, 07:51 PM   #1145
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don't really know what to do with them all though.
Hey, you could share some with your diyA food pals, postage paid.

(more like guaranteed to turn your a$$ into a bald crater, i have the best sit-on butt extinguishers in my bathrooms for good reason)
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Ours is a former cranberry bog. Sadly, the berries are long gone, but there are red currant bushes all along the lake trail.
Does black currant grow there? Climate in Chicago is almost like in Siberia, so it should grow. It is yummy and healthy!
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Old 12th July 2012, 09:48 PM   #1148
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Zero C is very comfortable for me.
Too much a man for me, I have to put a shirt on when it drops to 0°C.
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Old 12th July 2012, 10:00 PM   #1149
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Too much a man for me, I have to put a shirt on when it drops to 0°C.
Conversation with Jan Didden a couple years ago:

"How cold is it there?"
"About a centimeter."
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Anatoliy, yes, they do. We also seem to get excellent tomatoes and corn, though peaches and melons were definitely better in Texas.
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