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When life gives you hornworms

Posted by stuartwanda N. Stuart (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 6, 11 at 7:55

Thought some of you that get the tomatoe hornworms you might like to know what to do with them.

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RE: When life gives you hornworms!

Why can't you put a link in on a new post?

Here is a link that might be useful: hornworms


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

sometimes I find on a new post you can't do a "link" until you get to the preview page. Once you click on preview you should find the link boxes below the message preview.

1)this was helpful

2)this only made it more confusing


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

Ooohhh....so creepy! Thanks for the total skeeve-out = S

& yes, is IS possible to put links in new posts. As coffeemom said - you have to scroll down on the preview page to the editing box - link/URL boxes are there.


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

Hornworms and other "ewwwies" were part of a Top Chef Masters quickfire challenge this past season.

I.....just.....can't......!


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RE: Meanwhile...

...on the kitchen table forum, the non gardeners feel sorry for the worms.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kitchen table forum comments


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

Does anybody have a good recipe for cooking palmetto bugs?

TIA,
MOO


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

I just posted about it being cruel. Doubt they will like my post but how stupid id it to think it's cruel to fry a hornworm. Hope all her tomatoes get eaten by them.


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

Chocolate roaches for sale anyone? I know people eat grubs raw but you can have my share.
Thanks for the tip on how to put a link in a new post.


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

OMG... they have gone insane over on the cooking thread!!


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RE: When life gives you hornworms

Hey...I feed them to the lizards and take a perverse joy in watching them get ripped apart as they get eaten.

Same with any white grub I dig up....


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