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May 11, 2014 12:29 AM CST
|I have never grown asparagus because I've heard that they are not easy to grow, and it takes so long for the first decent harvest.
I have always eaten asparagus lightly steamed. Almost makes me insane when people cook vegetables until they are complete mush. I can understand them not wanting chewy veggies, but c'mon leave some of the natural flavors in them.
I have a feeling, I will have to try growing some asparagus, just to taste your recipe, which looks so yummy that now I have to go forage in the kitchen for a snack. What else do you eat with your asparagus when you cook it that way? If you need a taste tester, you are welcome to come on over and cook some here. I'll even do all the dish-washing after.
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May 11, 2014 6:04 AM CST
|You asked what else we eat with asparagus. I'll just stir-fry a batch as soon as I get back to the house from cutting it. It makes a healthy snack anytime. Now if I have a pot of pinto beans hot on the stove I have a complete meal ready in minutes with some hot skillet corn bread & sliced cucumbers. Always just right anytime, but better after a day's work outside. Here's a picture of one of my favorite country meals. This would go good with asparagus.
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