Cooking Ingredients


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Some cooking ingredients my wife uses to prepare our meals:

  • Carrots
  • Onions
  • Lettuce
  • Parsley
  • Garlic
  • Sweet Peppers

Good Day!

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4 thoughts on “Cooking Ingredients”

  1. Hola Omar,
    We have most of these ingredients planted in the garden. We got a 12 hour rain yesterday so we should start seeing some product in a couple weeks. Since we didn’t get winter temperatures last year, we should get a head start and maybe get 2 crops this year! Homegrown veggies always seem better.
    jim

    1. Hola Jim y Nena:

      We always wanted to grow veggies in our backyard, but the soil is to clayish. Nothing grows, except grass. We’ve tried several times. No joy.

      Hope you get a generous harvest. BTW, do you grow apples and grapes in Texas?

      1. We do have apple and pear trees planted. Our original pear tree died so we replanted fruit trees; too young for fruits yet but the flower buds are pretty.

        We have a few grape vines growing but mostly just to see what we will get. The city of Grapevine is just north of us. Texas played a key part in saving the French wine industry! Here is part of the history:
        http://www.texasescapes.com/AllThingsHistorical/East-Texas-Savior-of-French-Wine-Industry-AM606.htm

  2. Hola Jim and Nena:

    As you know, we love grapes, apples, and pears in Panama. When I visited in New York many years ago, I couldn’t believe my eyes, when I saw a tree loaded with apples within the premises of the hotel where I was staying. The town was White Plains, New York.

    Due to our climate, these fruits will not grow. Maybe, just maybe, grapes would grow up in the highlands of Boquete or Cerro Punta. Ask Nena, she should know.

    Thank you for the link. Will read it later. I always thought California was the wine state in the United States, specifically the Napa Valley.

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