Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow growing fruits.




Back at you good man.

Yes sir, thank you!


What do we all have of our own growing on the holiday table?

I only have butternut squash -roasted in orange sauce- but plenty of my onions in the stuffing

Happy Thanksgiving to all y’all. I am thankful for all the friends I’ve made on here. Your generosity of knowledge, experience and good humor is greatly appreciated.

Since we’re having our T-day feast with the in-laws on Saturday, it’s gonna be homemade pizza tonight.


Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Turkey in the oven, home made pumpkin chiffon pie in the fridge​:grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes::grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes::grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

Nothing home grow :disappointed:

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

I have no fruits on table but we had Mutsu apple crisp yesterday.

I’m grilling the Turkey this year for the first time, we’ll see how it comes out…


Happy Thanksgiving everyone,

I don’t have to cook. We will have a smoked turkey (mail-order).

Since we have several family members together so I had them taste-tested 4 apple varieties.

From left to right Sundance, Test A, Test B and Mutsu.

Test A won by a wide margin. Comments were like “tasted an apple”, "nice texture (firm), “good blend of sweet and tart” , etc.

2nd place was Sundance. Not as sweet as Test A, drier, more tart.

Test B and and Mutsu tasted “old”, “grainy” and were the least favorite.


So what is test A?

Would you mind checking out the thread called “Cornell Orchard Store”?

I posted the pictures of the Test A and Test B apples and their descriptions.

Happy Thanksgiving all! Only my herbs in the stuffing!

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Happy Thanksgiving, only thing from the garden was a cantaloupe.

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Thand full to share this forum with all of y’all geniuses! Happy turkey day!

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Thank you mamuang! I see that it’s Cornell’s testing apples. I thought you were running some blind test using test A and test B to substitute some known Apple variaties😃

So full of thanks for life to become such an adventure, and for your helpful knowledge and encouragement.

Yours for another fruitful season,