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What is your favorite vegetable?

Asked at Dillons, 1015 West 23rd St. on September 22, 2011

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“Canned corn with pepper.”

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“Sweet corn, canned or in salsa.”

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“Broccoli. We broil it so it gets a little charred, and throw some seasoned salt on it. It’s so good a baby will eat it. ”


riverdrifter 6 years ago

Not a vegetable but ought to be popping out any day now with the recent precip:

riverdrifter 6 years ago

Agree with DIST: sweet corn, but fall new taters are dang good.

pure_republication 6 years ago

Oatmeal Stout from Free State! Best eats in town!

RoeDapple 6 years ago

If tomatoes are a fruit wouldn't that make ketchup a smoothie?

Terry Sexton 6 years ago

well, there ya go: 1/3 sugar, 2/3 P!$$ & vinegar. Roedy Deluxe! :-o)

RoeDapple 6 years ago

Favorite vegetable? Isn't that like asking where you would prefer to be stabbed? Or what kind of car you prefer to be run over by?

Okay, solanum tuberosum.

Bill Lee 6 years ago



Terry Sexton 6 years ago

Whole green beans fresh from the garden cooked with ham hocks & bacon.

Cait McKnelly 6 years ago

This!!! (Add new potatoes, though.)

jlzack 6 years ago

I agree, fresh green beans!!! onions, bacon, new potato's, salt & pepper...... I'm getting hungry. :)

Maddy Griffin 6 years ago

Greens! Collard, mustard, it doesn't matter. With a nice wedge of cornbread and butter.

Chrissy Neibarger 6 years ago

Snow peas and sweetcorn on the cob. Now i'm hungry for lunch.

GardenMomma 6 years ago

Isn't she a fruit rather than a vegetable?

jackpot 6 years ago

Peas and new taters. Aunt would pick them and cook them fresh from the garden.

somedude20 6 years ago

peanuts!! i know a girl who really really loved cucumbers....a lot!!


Cait McKnelly 6 years ago

Tomatoes, which are really a fruit but what's a few split hairs.

Cait McKnelly 6 years ago

My grandmother (from Texas) ate sliced tomatoes with sugar on them.

kernal 6 years ago

Fresh locally grown sugar snap peas. Steam for just two minutes and they are perfect! The haricot verts are really good around here, too. And, what would a sandwich be without a big slice of a home grown tomato.

Hoping next year will be a better year for truck farming since this year was such a stinker.

somedude20 6 years ago

the person who removes all of these posts needs to find a better use for their fingers. i was edited 3-4 times yesterday for saying that creed and limp b suck to the high heavens and that anyone who likes them is only one chromosome away from being .....

Terry Sexton 6 years ago

Colonel Potter had to be set straight about Klinger, too. Then everything went swimmingly, 'cept for the war, I guess. Maybe it's time to pass that zapper button over to Mr. Dapple for a while, sort of like an interim commissioner.

Just kiddin', sheriff. Please don't send me to the phantom zone!

RoeDapple 6 years ago

I had a pet rock last year. Actually it was a stone. And it wasn't really a pet. It was in my kidney, a real whopper. I never named it but I sure called it a lot of names. Got the remnants in a jar around here somewhere.

RoeDapple 6 years ago

"The_Original_Bob (anonymous) says… My Life has totally broken character. Babboy is back to being my favorite commenter."

Where is BABBOY today? Did we weird him out? er sumpin?

RoeDapple 6 years ago

Someday soon a follow up OTS should be "What is your favorite fruit?" Comments WILL be removed . . . Disapearedededings WILL happen . . .


Terry Sexton 6 years ago

Don't know her as well as some but I miss the multi. Hope she's ok. I once thought mebbe she be an ex co-worker. Prolly 60/40 that she not, but i motion she come back. anybody second that? Is there a request form or sumthin' that I can submit?

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