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July 03, 2006

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sher

Oh, that looks wonderful!! Much healthier than my orgy of tomato sandwiches today! Someone did some chopping today. :):) And that critical care will just fly by tomorrow.

Glenna

Oh I don't know. When I saw your tomato sandwiches I was thinking how good they'd taste WITH my bean soup. Yum! That bread looked fabulous and I can't believe how red your tomatoes are. Sniff. I so miss not being able to put out my patio container garden this year. Oh well. Enough whining.

Ha! Yes a little chopping with my favorite Wuesthof knife. It makes chopping fun. :-)

Thanks for the good wishes about work. It was a good day's work today.

Rosie

Glenna -

Why no garden this year? You may have said, and I missed it!

How do canned beans really compare with homecooked ones? I use canned kidney beans in chili and canned chickpeas in a quick curry - but never have been brave enough to eat great northerns outta a can.

gabriella

Looks fabulous!! Thank you so much for joining us in WHB. I will have the round-up done next Monday so check back!

Glenna

Rosie-- I didn't come out and explain about the garden. Until the end of May I was in respiratory school along with 25 hours of clinicals a week, plus working as a resp tech on the weekends. Then immediately after graduating I went into the hospital full time and had to pass 3 state boards and finish up my licensing. It was just too busy and whack at garden-putting-out-time to think about it. Now that things have settled down a bit I miss it. So I whine at Sher and anyone who will listen. :-)

Gabriella--Thank you! Can't wait!

Rosie

Glenna -

Well, at least you can hit up farmer's markets. Here in Ohio, when I didn't have much time to garden, I would take a long drive in the country looking for farmer's stands - especially at sweet corn time. Sometimes it is just nice to throw the hubby in the car and make an excuse to get some fresh air in your lungs and some sun on your face.

Glenna

Rosie, you're right. Now if I could just find one here...great suggestion, though.

kalyn

It sounds like you've been very busy lately. There's always next year for the garden. The soup sounds great. I like the idea of putting dill with white beans.

Glenna

Kalyn--Thanks! And thanks for welcoming me to WHB. I'm loving the way thinking about "what can I enter?" has gotten me excited about cooking again.

johnny

It looks great, but funny thing is that I was doing a search for white bean chili (from Paul Deen) and it came up with yours. Thanks!

Glenna

Johnny--Thanks for the compliment. I do mention Paula Deen in another post so maybe the search engine put both together. Thanks for stopping by.

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