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Old 06-18-2016, 12:20 PM   #1
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It has been a week of strawberry short cake every night for supper. We have been freezing, eating, and giving some to the kids and neighbor.
Oh, did I mention strawberry short cake for supper for the last week?
Finally put a sign out by the road a couple days ago and started selling them.
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Old 06-18-2016, 01:59 PM   #2
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Do you deliver??

Looks delicious.
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Strawberry shortcake every night for a week. You poor thing. Now that you've got the knife burried; twist it a little. LOL. That's a problem I wish I had. Did I mention I love strawberry shortcake??????????????
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Strawberry short cake every night...You clearly need some help...I'll be over tomorrow night for dinner...
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Old 06-19-2016, 05:44 AM   #5
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They look nice! Our strawberry season down here in NC wasn't that good this year; way too much rain. For some reason I thought you lived down south so I was curious that you still had strawberries. But I see your in Wisconsin, so, never mind.
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Old 06-19-2016, 07:33 AM   #6
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Looks delicious.
Mark, I suppose I could send some out priority mail.

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Strawberry shortcake every night for a week. You poor thing. Now that you've got the knife burried; twist it a little. LOL. That's a problem I wish I had. Did I mention I love strawberry shortcake??????????????
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Strawberry short cake every night...You clearly need some help...I'll be over tomorrow night for dinner...

Ted, you and Tommy are invited for supper tonight. Barb said she would make a couple more batches of baking powder biscuits to go with the strawberries.
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Mmm... They look so good.
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Mmm... They look so good.

You are invited for strawberry short cake tonight also.
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You are invited for strawberry short cake tonight also.
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I thank you and Barb for the invite but ironically enough my wife Rosie made strawberry short cake today...Go figure...
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I bought some strawberries last week from Sam's Club, but they didn't look as good as yours.
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Lloyd, how big of a patch do you have to yield that much? We have 6x4 bed and this is the 3rd year, and its finally producing. About a big bowl every 3rd day. The girls love it. My eldest just informed me she is going to turn into a strawberry if she keeps eating them.
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I bought 25 plants initially. Put them in 3, 4X6 ft. beds. Really it was to many plants in that area. Last year I experimented and tried potting some of the runners. I ended up with 25 more plants which I placed in 2 new rows in the garden. I'm being over run with berries this year. I have picked 15 gals. so far.
Still not done.
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POOR BABY !!!! too much of a good thing,
is STILL a good thing !

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wow, we only had 2? plants so the first years were runners and root growth. I was surprised how much strawberries spread. Almost as bad as mint, the difference being i don't need a lot of mint in my life, strawberries are much more useful.
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