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I usually pull my extra carrots, but if plants are very thickly planted, snipping off the extra might be safer. Pulling closely growing carrots might lead to pulling up the carrots you want to keep. Use a sharp pair of scissors to trim plants to ground level and desired spacing. Below you can see a cluster of greenhouse carrots that are ready to be thinned.

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She barked and jumped at the bear and he climbed back down off the porch. They must have come up for the bird feeders?

Hi Irene! I recently tried this as a freezer meal and it worked well. Make sure to use thin chicken breasts and you won’t have to add any additional cooking time.

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Melt margarine in a large skillet and saute onion. Mix flour, salt and pepper and dry milk in a jar. Add water and shake. Stir into onions until simmering and thickened. Add beef, bouillon powder and drained mushrooms. Reduce the heat. Simmer, stirring constantly, until heated through. Serve over noodles, rice or mashed potatoes or toast. Serves 4.

Explore inner emotions using multiple layers and materials. The artist, Jesse Reno, uses trial and error, along with intuition to guide his process. Using wax pastels, acrylics and other media such as markers, many layers of imagery are created on a canvas panel. A fettling knife or tool allows scratching through layers to reveal the white of the canvas underneath. Is it finished? Only the artist knows.

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