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Old 07-04-2010, 02:34 PM   #1
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Yes, to all you OKRA lovers out there, and yes....I luuuuuuuvvvveeee mine boiled with plenty of Butter, Salt & Pepper, and just sliiiiiiiiiidddddeeee those babies down. Gotta cut them before they are over 2 or so inches long.

I have 9 plants that are about 3 inches tall.

Can't wait...yuuuummm yum

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Old 07-04-2010, 02:37 PM   #2
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Pickled Okra... great in Bloody Mary's!! Not so sure about the slimy kind... but I think it's great Keith you've got some growin'
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I luuuuuuuvvvveeee mine boiled with plenty of Butter, Salt & Pepper, [b]and just sliiiiiiiiiidddddeeee those babies down.
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Pickled Okra... great in Bloody Mary's!! Not so sure about the slimy kind... but I think it's great Keith you've got some growin'

Wow, never tried them in Bloody Marys, and I wonder about dirty OKRA'd Martinis. Hmmmm. have to try that.

Frederick l. Fried is good, but young tender buttery salty peppery and yes, sliiiimmmy ones rock.

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Hi: Keith Williams... How do they serve 'em in Okra Homa???
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Hi: Keith Williams... How do they serve 'em in Okra Homa???
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Now, my good friend, Alf,

That's an interesting question....I do know that if they served them in a Chinese Restaurnt in Okrahoma, they would be called Okla. Does that help?

I always try to help.

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Okra. Isn't she that lady with the talk show that all the gals watch????????
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A friend of mine actually prefers her okra grilled.

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A friend of mine actually prefers her okra [b]grilled.

No foolin!
Most any veggies are great when they are grilled.

Frederick's post makes me starved.

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Fried or now days backed in the over is how I like them. But grew up eating them boiled and I still like them that way at times, but not so boiled, steamed. I need to go to the Farmer's Market tomorrow morning to get some. Hope they are in season by now.
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Fried or now days backed in the over is how I like them. But grew up eating the boiled and I still like them that way at times, but not so boiled, steamed. I need to go to the Farmer's Market tomorrow morning to get some. Hope they are in season by now.
I will have to look, too, but most of those I see in the stores are pretty sad looking. Better than none, though.

Hey Deserthawk, any possibilities you can come up in September for the Get-Together?

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Hi: All...I wonder if they might be avail. at a farmers mkt. near Lake Okrachobee in Fla.???
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