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Tony replied to Kali's discussion 'Piccalilli' in the group Food Preservation
"Ive never even heard of piccalilli,but Ihave about 40 fresh green tomatoes still on the vine,im going to pick them tomorrow,send me your recipe,after all a guy can only eat so many fried green tomatoes"
Nov 8, 2010
Kristin Eggerth commented on Tony's blog post 'Georgia collards'
"good job christa! i was gonna suggest the same. that's how i researched most of my post harvesting details. i had quite an awesome crop of collards this year as well and they froze perfectly. just chop first and lay on a single layer first then…"
Oct 12, 2010
Christa Nelson commented on Tony's blog post 'Georgia collards'
"hi Tony....you can can them like spinach as well as freeze them.......i just googled "preserving collard greens" and got quite a few results"
Oct 11, 2010
Christa Nelson left a comment for Tony
"Hi again Tony........yeah, they do make cows sick, but people can totally eat them. They are definitely stronger than regular onions, but if you cook them well they're fine. There's plenty of recipes and info online about wild onions, even…"
Oct 10, 2010
Tony left a comment for Christa Nelson
"Hi,Christa.my whole front pasture is full of wild onions,dont eat them there not very good.my cows wont even eat them."
Oct 10, 2010
Tony posted a blog post

Georgia collards

Ive got tons of collards planted last year i couldnt give them all away can you can them or freeze them or how can you put them up?
Oct 10, 2010
Kathleen McGuirk commented on Tony's blog post 'starting a new farm'
"Tony, Farm Aid was awesome!! I enjoyed every second of being there! I live on my family farm, it has been in the family for three generations now, and my son and I are gearing up to take over. It is hard work and we all have day jobs to make ends…"
Oct 5, 2010
Tracy Johnson commented on Tony's blog post 'starting a new farm'
"Probably a lot of people on this site dream of living off their land, having a sustainable and profitable farm and never going back to the hum drum daily work routine, me included for sure!! If your family is on board with the idea & willing to…"
Oct 5, 2010
jason chambers commented on Tony's blog post 'starting a new farm'
"Just remember that farming is ultimately just a business it has unique challenges, but what is comes down to is sales. If you can sell your product and sell it for a good price then you will do well. If you can not sell it doesn't matter how…"
Oct 4, 2010
Christa Nelson left a comment for Tony
"hiya Tony.......funny you ask about the apple butter as that's something i just blogged about here recently (apple sauce and apple butter) -------> http://www.homegrown.org/profiles/blogs/making-homemade-apple-sauce hope this helps!"
Oct 3, 2010
Tony posted a blog post

starting a new farm

I have a small cattle farm in middle Georgia,and also work 14 hours a day at a regluar job.Im thinking of quiting the JOB and start a family type farm,do you guys think that is a good idea or not.Oh,did you all get a chance to catch the FARM AID SHOW yesterday it was awsome,I think you can still catch it on direct tv channel 101.
Oct 3, 2010
Tony left a comment for Christa Nelson
"hey girl,do you know how to make apple butter?if you do please share"
Oct 3, 2010
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Sep 12, 2010

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Georgia collards

Ive got tons of collards planted last year i couldnt give them all away can you can them or freeze them or how can you put them up?

Posted on October 10, 2010 at 8:17pm — 2 Comments

starting a new farm

I have a small cattle farm in middle Georgia,and also work 14 hours a day at a regluar job.Im thinking of quiting the JOB and start a family type farm,do you guys think that is a good idea or not.Oh,did you all get a chance to catch the FARM AID SHOW yesterday it was awsome,I think you can still catch it on direct tv channel 101.

Posted on October 3, 2010 at 3:44pm — 3 Comments

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At 5:12pm on October 3, 2010, Christa Nelson said…
hiya Tony.......funny you ask about the apple butter as that's something i just blogged about here recently (apple sauce and apple butter) -------> http://www.homegrown.org/profiles/blogs/making-homemade-apple-sauce

hope this helps!
At 9:01pm on October 10, 2010, Christa Nelson said…
Hi again Tony........yeah, they do make cows sick, but people can totally eat them. They are definitely stronger than regular onions, but if you cook them well they're fine. There's plenty of recipes and info online about wild onions, even a few extra recipes on my blog post on them.

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