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Wednesday, July 02, 2008

nuts



Looks like we've lost it around here.

ad free boys and girls.....this isnt the first time and it wont be the last - I have bailed on the ad thing too many times.

14 comments:

Dana said...

There's nothing I like better than a man who's not afraid to show his nuts!

Emiline said...

Google ads? I ditched those.

HAR said...

Nuts, all joking aside, are a big part of my new eating regime. I can't believe that it took me this long to eat what's good for me.

That pile looks fab.

deb said...

I keep them in my purse, in my car. Great for when you need to eat something fast, curbs hunger. So good for you.

Claudia said...

I puffy heart nuts. ALL kinds.

Tanya Kristine said...

Mmmm...i love nuts...

Beth said...

mmmmm, nuts. YUM!

and google ads? Pain in the ass?

buffalodickdy said...

Dibs on the Filberts! "Hazelnuts- not just for cooking anymore"...

doggybloggy said...

dana: I have been trying to come up with a response to this and I am stumped...

emiline: yeah the whole google ad thing was pestering me

har: they a great food!

deb: we have lots of them, this bowl has a lot of pepitas (pumpkin seeds)

claudia: I never have the right 'puffy' response to 'puffy hearts"
LOL

tanya: and nuts love you!

beth: yeah the google thing....nuts good - google adds - not good.

buff: why does the filbert get two names? I have always wondered that.

doggybloggy said...

Filberts, hazelnuts and cobnuts all belong to the family Corylus... Generally speaking the name "filbert" is applied to the oblong nuts of two varieties of hazel native to Europe, Corylus avellana pontica and C. maxima; "cobnut" to
another native European variety C. avellana grandis which produces a large round nut; and "hazelnut" to the American varieties C. americana and C. cornuta, which bear small roundish nuts.

The name filbert was used because the nut is found in Turkey, Greece, and Italy - all Mediterranean countries and all tied to Christianity. The Filbert bush blooms in February on St. Filbert's day and the name "Filbert" was a local term for the plant. The name was extended to the nut. Over 90% of the world crop of filberts/hazelnuts is grown in these countries and exported throughout the world.

Gina said...

Hey Doggy....here's something totally unrelated and perhaps a challenge for you....so you know I started a new job.....do you have any suggestions of things to take to work to eat..(Besides a SANDWICH or a SALAD)????

You're so creative....I'm bored already....and right now don't have time to go out to lunch because of orientation. I think I'm not thinking outside the traditional food box....(again..lol)

by the way those donuts from a couple of days ago looked marvelous.....

Gk

doggybloggy said...

gina: bento the untraditional food box....

Michelle said...

I love nuts. A hand full of almonds a day for a snack....

Joy said...

Love nuts and seeds!

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