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Diane cut fresh asparagus into bite sze pieces and fried it in real butter. Then she scrambled egg over the asparagus and cooked eggs until done. She says they were delicious.
 

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I picked some Friday and brought in the kitchen. All got eaten raw before I turned around by my wife, sister in law and one friend.
 

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bettyp said:
Steve,"she said it was good "now what did you say . Sounds good to me.
Betty, I don't like asparagus, so I leave it alone.
 

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Mine is really producing this year. I just cook mine with a half a stick of butter, when done I drain and add the other half half stick and let it melt overit. It seems my Grandmother melted cheese over it. Mine is about 10 years old and I would like to split it and add to my row but not sure when or how. Thanks for any help on getting that job done.....mike
 

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I had a crop and picked about 2 pounds. I steam it and smother in butter, or cut it in short bite size pieces and eat raw in a spinich salad.

Not how ever no more has came up like normal. Wondering if this crazy weather has any thing to do with it.

:D Al
 
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