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Tuna Noodle Casserole; spring planting — 6 Comments

  1. What backbreaking work for the two planters! I couldn’t do that, no matter how profitable the crop was.

    Your tuna noodle casserole looks good! This is the only dish I still use canned cream soup for. Considering I only make it once every couple of years because I love it and husband does not, it is a guilty pleasure.

    • Then you get to eat it all yourself! We don’t have canned, cream soups lol
      The planting is hard work – but at least they are not walking and bending.

  2. Our local producer plants Charentaise melons in the same way but also covers them frost protection at the same time. A number of plants are set out at a time over a period of a few weeks with the last planting not requiring frost protection. I presume this is to extend the harvesting period. From late June through to end of August we can buy melons directly from the farm.

    • I love Charentaise melons – I didn’t realize they were so much work. When we live in the Vendee we bought them by the sack-full. Here, we buy them at the store for more euros….

    • I haven’t been able to figure out if they are sugar beets or regular beets…. and I don’t know if he harvest the beets or just the seeds. It’s always been in a faraway field. This year I’m on top of it !