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  • v LOUIE-LILY
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0080391/
    and "Return of the Killer Tomatoes" Real cult films!
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    7 hours ago
  • v JANET552
    I thought Tony looked faintly disapproving as I ate breakfast yesterday. He probably believes there should be more tuna in my diet. The little stinker did try to sample my milk. He was going to stick a paw in it. I managed to catch him just before his paw made it in. I thought his behavior was a little odd for him since he is no fan of people food. Likes the dogs' food though.

    I hope the squash is slowing down for you!!
    9 hours ago
  • v LOUIE-LILY
    Lol, I knew it! emoticon I don't do much cooking these days...but I do seem to have an instinct for what tastes will work well together. Let me know how it is.

    I haven't asked about Bear and Tigger in a while...how are they both doing? I hope their issues are under control. Give them hugs from us...

    Louie's belly fur has been growing back nicely...I just noticed last week. Soft white fuzz instead of the bright naked red belly. Legs are the same....but don't appear to bother him much even though he pulls the fur out...Still trouble keeping his food down. I've switched completely to canned. Poor babies are still looking for the dried...
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    PS: Remember the Killer Tomatoes? Why not squash?
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    1 day ago

    Comment edited on: 7/27/2016 7:37:08 PM
  • v CBRINKLEY401
    Sounds like a great plan! You get rid of some of your excess squash, and the students get credit for it! Win Win!
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    1 day ago
  • v LINDAK25
    Judy--check out thekitchn.com Five Ways to Eat Squash Blossoms Fried, baked, pasta, quesadilla, and soup! Sounds good to me. Baked stuffed blossoms-yum.
    2 days ago
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