Spade Up Sunday

4 12 2009
who knows how your meese will grow?

 Yes folks, this Sunday is the day to get your spade out, before the ground freezes. The first frosts will have softened up the black eyed meese, and there’s no shortage of them under the hedges and in dank corners this year.

I find it works best to gather them into on old pot, cup or other lidless container, for ease of lifting in the spring, and to bury them at a depth of about a foot. A thick layer of kitchen scraps will help them grow. However, from experience it is best to give them only vegetable matter. Meese who are given meat scraps frequently turn out aggressive.


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23 05 2010
Katy

Ummm … do we WANT to know what a black-eyed Meese is? It looks tentacle-y – is it good fried? ‘Cause I loves me some fried tentacles …

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