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fishnbanjo

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Age : 67
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PostSubject: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 7:50 pm

While I do make my own fresh pasta every now and then I've never made flavored pasta. There's a really nice Italian Deli that does next town south of me called Terra Cotta so when I went to the audiologist I stocked up on a few since it's been cool.

Today I harvested our garlic scapes, it takes 2 years in the ground for garlic to mature to a good sized head, these are last years and will be ready next year and I'll plant more right around the first frost.

Olive oil, sliced thin German garlic, the scapes, 1/2 cup vegetable stock with a healthy squirt of lemon juice, brown the garlic lightly then add the scapes, when the Carlie is nearing the color you want add some butter then the vegetable stock.

The salted pasta water should be boiling while you are working on the topping, the pasta I used is Parsley & Garlic, cooked 2 1/2 minutes and drained, return to pot, a few shakes of extra virgin olive oil tossed with a bamboo spoon then pour the topping over it and serve with shaved Parmesan Cheese.

After cleaning up, feeding Levi his supper and a meander to do what he needs to do I'm going to enjoy a smoke.

Bleeker Street in the Rad Davis commission Squashed Canted Morta Tomato with black bamboo shank and Tortoise Shell Stem. Keep it smokey!
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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 7:56 pm

Now ya gone an' done it banjo.....I'm hungry for some of that garlic pasta!

Made a similar dish in the past, but not with home made pasta or home grown garlic. I can only imagine how much better it must be with those key ingredients.

And keep it smoky indeed, amigo!

drunken



Cheers,

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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:07 pm

nice! harvested 275 garlic mid may here. will plant in august. up north - harvetsed 2 months later and planted first of october.

Nice pipe too!

how do you like and what are your thoughts about smoking a morta? always wanted one but i also have heard a lot of strange comments re: their smoking character/quality.

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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:11 pm

Will find my post I did 2 years ago smoking each of my Morta pipes with as near possible weather and time of day and the same tobacco. When I find it I'll send you the link.
banjo

Found it faster than I thought I would. http://www.brothersofbriar.com/t23597-seven-morta-pipe-smoke-off?highlight=Morta+pipe


oldmansmokingpipe wrote:
nice!  harvested 275 garlic mid may here.  will plant in august.  up north - harvetsed 2 months later and planted first of october.

Nice pipe too!  

how do you like and what are your thoughts about smoking a morta?  always wanted one but i also have heard a lot of strange comments re: their smoking character/quality.

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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:15 pm

thanks - no big deal - just was wondering. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:17 pm

Just edited my last post to add the link, a lot of folks found it handy, cheers.
I own more than seven now!
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oldmansmokingpipe wrote:
thanks - no big deal - just was wondering.  Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:21 pm

Thanks banjo!

off topic: do you own a Banjo Patterson Akubra? I have one http://www.davidmorgan.com/product_info.php?products_id=1 and also a Lightning Ridge which i use more for dress - the Banjo is my everyday and smoking hat too.
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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 8:29 pm

wow! Thanks! some gorgeous pipes and i believe we lost Paolo Becker too. yes?

Denovic or whatever his name is has some gorgeous pipes from what i have seen - A few i really wish i could afford.

Thanks Banjo! What a fine collection of pipes!
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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Mon Jun 20, 2016 9:49 pm

Yes we lost Paulo, always the gentleman when we conversed and always thanked me for remembering his father, Fritz. Thankfully Paulo's son , Federico, had been working with Paulo as he did with his father, I own one 100% by Federico and can say w/o reservations the Becker name is in good hands.

Check your messages.
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oldmansmokingpipe wrote:
wow! Thanks! some gorgeous pipes and i believe we lost Paolo Becker too.  yes?

Denovic or whatever his name is has some gorgeous pipes from what i have seen - A few i really wish i could afford.

Thanks Banjo!  What a fine collection of pipes!
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PostSubject: Re: RAD    Tue Jun 21, 2016 11:15 am

pm sent back.
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