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atreis

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Posted: 09/23/19 05:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A pretty good history of the whole ketchup in school lunches thing:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketchup_as_a_vegetable


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Hi!
I know one good recipe of the salad with tomatoes!)
Mustard Greens Salad
Need :
3 Tomatoes small
1 cup Mustard Greens
2 Lettuce Leaves big
5 Walnuts
1 tsp Olive Oil Organic Extra Virgin
1 pinch Salt
1 pinch Black pepper Black pepper for taste
1 tbs Dressing (optional)
Try)) Really tasty!

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Posted: 09/29/19 08:09am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cloud Dancer wrote:

Breakfast, El Paso style chile relleno, with lightly scrambled egg, and pinto bean gravy,...BURRITO. And, classic roast medium Folgers coffee of course. And, I don't care what you call it.

Bro you were doing real good until you got to the coffee. Sorry, CDM dark roast with chikory is real coffee.
Enjoy!

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My understanding was it was so A hamburger, Fries and Ketchup counted as Meat, Starch and Veggie. but.. Oh well..

Did the research. You are right Moderator, it was SCOTUS that made the ruling.

Bottom line is you can bang a gavel all you want but it's still a Fruit.


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Posted: 11/01/19 09:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I like Tomato Ricotta Salad
Healthy and tasty!)

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It's fun to read about tomato smoothies, especially when you have a few bushes growing in your garden. In fact, this vegetable is very interesting if you know the history of its appearance as an ingredient for cooking. I became interested in tomatoes a few years ago and now I am actively engaged in its cultivation, especially I am interested in tomato roots which are full of secrets and riddles. In order to learn more about these roots I searched for a long time on the Internet but one day my friend recommended me a great and interesting article about tomato roots and now I am a more experienced expert in this business

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Eric&Lisa wrote:

Knowledge is knowing that tomatoes are a fruit.

Wisdom is not putting tomatoes in a fruit salad.

Philosophy is wondering if that means ketchup is really a fruit smoothie.

I remember more than once taking a salt shaker to the garden after a hard day cutting bug wood finding a nice ripe tomato not, one of these shippers and just sitting in the dirt and eating a tomato some times two, and good no great yellow sweet corn not coked just some salt, and wishing I had brought the butter,but the butter was n big blocks in the ice box and hard.And when you grow your own watermelons and big ole or huge cantalopes picked when ripe, before the critters get them...well city Folks don't know what they are missing. Weell I'm city now and don't like it, even though we live in the woods where flowers don't even survive the deer and groundhogs. I tell yyou what, if I ahd soem level ground but was rving aa lot I would pay someone to make and tend my garden for fresh and good food, like all sorts of beans Grand Ma had numerous jars of dried beans of different kinds, small ones for planting and big ones for eating. McCaslins right before they get to where they ares shellies well mix of shllies and in the pod are the best eating I remember, in beans I think.
Abig ole fat plump Heirloom tomater and a shaker of salt would be plum perfect right now. Maybe some corn brea and butter milk, and beans, and taters full of cream and butter and pile of green onions, and big ole yeller cake with white frosting and maybe a big ole glas sof ice cubes from the well water and fresh hot brewed and to too sweet tea. Speaking of which the most refreshing drink is a tin dipper of cool well or spring water. I ell you what you can foudner yourself with real quality fresh and ripe tasty food just out of the garden.

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wa8yxm wrote:

navegator wrote:

I wonder what apple pie and tomatoes tastes like!

Or peach cobbler and ketchup tastes?

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Do not know but I do know there is a dish called "Green Tomato Pie" and yes. it's made from green tomatoes.

Basically it's an apple pie recipe only with green tomatoes instead of Apples. Not exactly mind you but close.
MY Green 'Maters have never made it into a pie, they can't seem to get past they frying pan.[emoticon]


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downtheroad wrote:

Back in the Reagan days, ketchup was classified as a serving of fruit to satisfy federal school lunch program requirements.


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