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10-09-2016, 01:27 PM   #29656
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Curcumelons, no one has ever mentioned curcumelons, let me be the first as I have discovered a productive vine of them growing in my front garden.

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QuoteOriginally posted by sherrvonne Quote
Curcumelons
I'll take a dozen!

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They taste good, like mini cucumbers.
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QuoteOriginally posted by sherrvonne Quote
Curcumelons, no one has ever mentioned curcumelons, let me be the first as I have discovered a productive vine of them growing in my front garden.


Curcumelons?


I never!


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Yes, a volunteer. Evidently one of my gardening neighbors is growing them and the visiting birds have conveniently seeded it for me.
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I suppose I could chime in and follow Sherrvonne's lead with a food related discovery I recently made. I love to eat cheese and have been doing it my whole life. My grandfather was in charge of a cooperative cheese factory a long time ago but cheese making since then has progressed to the point that I was confronted with this:


Cheese with samphire! It is delicious and is made on a island of the Dutch coast. As soon as I made this discovery I went back to the store and bought the rest of it preserved in plastic... No I won't be without the stuff for the foreseeable future! I wonder if there are more people with a favorite addition to their cheese?

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It's tiny, the little curcumelon.

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I never heard of Samphire, had to look it up.
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How does it taste?
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How does it taste?
QuoteOriginally posted by sherrvonne Quote
They taste good, like mini cucumbers.


^^^^^^^^ . . . . . This . . . . . ^^^^^^^^^
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
^^^^^^^^ . . . . . This . . . . . ^^^^^^^^^
Oops, I overlooked that. The frantic pace of posting in this thread clearly is more than I can take!
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I wonder if there are more people with a favorite addition to their cheese?
Velveeta and Rotel tomatoes!

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They taste good, like mini cucumbers.
I was kinda hoping they tasted like bacon.
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QuoteOriginally posted by sherrvonne Quote
I never heard of Samphire, had to look it up.
I had to look it up too, I'll stick with Rotel.
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