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Spicy Stewed Okra

Spicy Stewed Okra

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Okra is a handsome garden plant and the flowers are quite lovely. Pick okra pods when they are 2 1/2- to 3-inches long; 4-inches is about maximum because they tend to get tough and stringy when too big. If you harvest your okra everyday--in just a few days you will have enough to make this stew. It is easy and tasty and can be frozen if you have excess.

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My first garden!

My first garden!

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thses are pics from my first garden. In my garden are husky cherry tomatoes, early girl tomatoes, okra, bell peppers, onion and watermelon. included is a pic of my pineapple plants and a lemon tree...

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  Aphids on my okra plants! The cavalry finally arrived!

Aphids on my okra plants! The cavalry finally arrived!

Although my father was a farmer practically from birth, I was basically only exposed to the fruits of his labor. When I decided to start a raised bed garden, I had no idea what was awaiting me in the...

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Okra Tempura

Okra Tempura

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A crispy tempura batter is enhanced by the inherent gumminess of the okra.

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Arrows Crispy Okra with Basil Pesto and Bacon

Arrows' Crispy Okra with Basil Pesto and Bacon

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The flavors of this dish from Arrows Restaurant in Maine combine well with sliced yellow and red tomatoes drizzled with a light vinaigrette.

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Okra Grows Up North

Okra Grows Up North

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A southern belle finds a warm welcome in a cooler region. Give okra warm soil, lots of sun, and space to spare and you will find out that okra is good for more than gumbo.

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