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Venison Pasta #5554217 01/20/15 08:28 PM
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A favorite around our house.


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Re: Venison Pasta [Re: Tres] #5554342 01/20/15 09:42 PM
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MY house also. I use the links with marinara from my garden.


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Re: Venison Pasta [Re: bill oxner] #5557613 01/22/15 02:39 PM
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When do you get your tomatoes in the ground Bill?


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Middle of next month.


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Re: Venison Pasta [Re: Tres] #5558441 01/22/15 08:58 PM
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we usually have to much chance of a late freeze but we usually get our plants, re-pot to larger pots and put in our office (southfacing room with large windows that is usually warmest room in the house due to sunlight) by early-mid Feb. to let them get rooted good, then out to the garden by early-mid March after chance of freeze. We used to wait to even buy our plants until mid March but found by the time they started putting on fruit in June, the ground was getting warm enough they wouldn't produce much until the fall, and then they were very large gangly plants that seemed like a cut-worm magnet.

Tres, your pasta dish looks good! food


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Re: Venison Pasta [Re: PMK] #5558925 01/23/15 12:44 AM
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Thanks. I can grow monster tomato plants, that don't produce. Going to get them going in garage this year and hopefully enjoy some.


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Looks good, never tried it.

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