Friday, August 11, 2006


I been told by a knowledgeable person (bean expert), unlike me, that those beans sounded like baby lima beans instead of butterbeans. I guess I really don't know, but I will let ya know this. I got them beans shelled, washed real, real good, put on to cook, done gottem cooked and they are GOOD!. Regardless of what I am eating, my okra and pork chop will go just fine with them beans and I thank you for your time.

God Bless!


Andrew said...

I feel like I should have to write some sort of entrance exam to be here. I've never had a sand spur (I'm not sure what they are), I've never had okra (or even seen it to my knowledge) but I have enjoyed a trip or three to Greensboro. It's beautiful country around there.

To Love, Honor and Dismay

Moobear said...

Well hello there Propeller Head! So nice to meet ya. I have a Propeller Headed son so I can feel for ya. Cept his is in stem cell and gene therapy research. More simple, just a scientist hunting for cures. I will hafta make it a priority to read up and tell you just what a sandspur is. They only grown in the sandhills. Thank God! As for the okra, I don't know what neck of the woods you are from, but it ain't in the south. I will check your blog out in more detail and see if I can decifer your location.
Thanks much for the visit and you are welcome just anytime and I will be visiting you again. Thanks also for taking time to comment as most Propeller Heads are generally busy.
God Bless!

Dirty Butter said...

I can't remember the last time I shelled a bean or stringed one, either! I’d like to invite you to join our family friendly BLOG VILLAGE TopList. We have over 150 members, and we’re striving for a diverse group of blogs. I think your blog would be a great addition.

You can find out more about it at the Blog Village blog.

Moobear said...

I shore will check it out, but I gotta get dressed so we can go out to eat. Thanks for the visit and the invite dirty butter!
God Bless!