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  1. tomwed
    08-23-2015 08:04 PM
    tomwed
    Welcome to the Villages! We're here to help.
  2. Madelaine Amee
    05-19-2015 06:38 AM
    Madelaine Amee
    Crepe Myrtle for shade: This site may help you, lots of really good information Florida Trees For Sale | The Tree Center. I purchased three from a nursery on 441 in the Ocala area and I cannot remember their name, if I locate it I will pm it to you. We also purchase from a small and excellent nursery which is just past Market of Marion. They have a very attractive appearance in their front yard, small building with pots and decorative stuff outside. They really know their stuff, they will find you what you need and plant it. This past year they found us a small grapefruit and also planted it for us. It has done extremely well.
  3. tomwed
    05-10-2015 07:49 PM
    tomwed
    The meat sites are very good. I have seen them before. In Brownwood on saturdays someone was selling grass fed beef and special pork. I couldn't tell the difference enough to justify the added expense at this time. I'm waiting to sell a house. I intended on buying the organic veggies at the sat paddock square but I golfed all morning. If anyone knows where I can travel for these veggies I may do that.

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  4. Madelaine Amee
    05-10-2015 04:07 PM
    Madelaine Amee
    This is our local grassfed supplies Tom and they do service the Brownwood Farmer's Market. Their "stuff" is excellent. Home - Pasture Prime Wagyu Florida Grassfed Beef - Pasture Prime Wagyu Florida Grassfed Beef

    Madelaine
  5. Madelaine Amee
    05-10-2015 03:52 PM
    Madelaine Amee
    Tom, remember your Farm to Table discussion on here some couple weeks ago? Well I found the site I was looking for : Eat Wild - Florida

    Enjoy, Madelaine
  6. tomwed
    09-03-2014 08:22 PM
    tomwed
    I had packages from McCormick. The next time I will do better then that. What helped was the cooked chicken. You know that jelly that sits on the bottom of the plastic container of a cooked chicken? Add that to the gravy. It has a lot of flavor.

    The other recipe I made that week was stuffed peppers. You can fill an army for very little money and it's nostalgic. Everybody's mom made stuffed peppers.
  7. Ruthtomnorma3
    09-03-2014 07:02 PM
    Ruthtomnorma3
    I like this hot pocket idea...save for large groups...top with so many varieties...
    Help clean out the frig. at the end of the visit too...thanks.....
    I have never bought gravy ...what kind?

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