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Old 20th August 2019, 03:32 PM   #11551
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Bonide -- but too late to do anything about it now -- the weather starts to cool in just a few weeks.

Beets, beans and lettuce will do well. (Also time to replant the iris next week).
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Old 20th August 2019, 03:46 PM   #11552
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Specifically specified for home/personal use only.
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Old 20th August 2019, 09:05 PM   #11553
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Three ovens going at once for the 'annual' Nuts & Bolts. Annual means I get them ready for the end of summer each time but not every year. This year
Shreddies
Stick pretzels
Chex
Cheerios
BBQ pnuts
Dry roast pnuts

Butter
Worcester
BBQ seasoning
Gr. garlic

Roast 250F for one hour.
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Old 20th August 2019, 09:26 PM   #11554
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Nice mix of all my favourites, All Post brand cereals?
I have some basal, that wants to come back every year. It is flowering, I guess it is too late to pick it? makes nice little flowers and buds, must be a Hermi
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Old 20th August 2019, 09:31 PM   #11555
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If its not been flowering too long you can pinch the flowers off and it will stay alive putting out a few new leaves.....the buds will keep coming and you need to keep pinching. If the buds havnt flowered when you pinch them they're still good for cooking.
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Old 20th August 2019, 09:36 PM   #11556
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Nice mix of all my favourites, All Post brand cereals?
Shreddies used to be Nabisco, right? Or am I wrong? They have been Post for a while.

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I have some basal, that wants to come back every year. It is flowering, I guess it is too late to pick it? makes nice little flowers and buds, must be a Hermi
Probably too late now, but you can pinch off the flowers and the big stems and they will produce more side-shoots and leaves. Basil likes a lot of water. Bees like the flowers, I always wonder what the honey tastes like?
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Three ovens going at once for the 'annual' Nuts & Bolts. Annual means I get them ready for the end of summer each time but not every year. This year
Shreddies
Stick pretzels
Chex
Cheerios
BBQ pnuts
Dry roast pnuts

Butter
Worcester
BBQ seasoning
Gr. garlic

Roast 250F for one hour.
Ever try corn nuts in there? I know it's not Nuts & Bolts but they add a nice crunch.
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ok.. This is a totally alien concept to me.
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Old 20th August 2019, 11:05 PM   #11559
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ok.. This is a totally alien concept to me.
It's an example of a "Party Mix" -- salty crispy munchables to enjoy with beer or wine or gins and tonic or a Pimm's Cup cocktail

Nuts n' Bolts

Classic Homemade Nuts and Bolts Recipe | The Kitchen Magpie

Nuts and Bolts Party Mix Recipe - Vegan in the Freezer

Nuts & Bolts (Party Chex Mix Recipe) - Saving Room for Dessert

Grandma Jensen's Nuts and Bolts Recipe - Allrecipes.com
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Thx Bob, I am hoping it will spread, get bigger, still a beautiful perennial plant. Nabisco, sounds right, I see Walmart has their own brand of lucky charms, lucky something?, I thought that was funny to see, cloned lucky charms
Nuts & bolts, bits and bites, goes along with Clamato Juice and vodka. Come to Canada
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