Tuna salad made with tuna that looks like cat food taste mushy. Then they started packing the really
good tuna with a really good higher price. So me thought, isn't that a smart marketing ploy! Sell me
what looks like cat food and then create a new can and call it 'white' tuna and charge me more money.
That's like shortening my shoes and making me wear. Same difference.
Micshad wrote:lotoole wrote: This year has been a bumper crop for Black Walnuts. I have lots of those trees on my property and I'm drowning in walnuts. They're all over the place. You can't walk without breaking your neck on them. Their price is at an all time high this year. So, I've told local kids they can have them. All they have to do is pick them up and take them to the huller for cash. Not a single kid has jumped on this opportunity and there's at least $150 worth of walnuts sitting in my yard. So why don't kids want to work for some money? When I was a kid, I would have been all over this.
Wow! Our black walnut trees aren't giving many this year. The acorns are few and far between, too, and very small. Our mulberry tree - no mulberries either. Don't know what's going on this year. Maybe the heat?
The first year we owned this property I collected all the black walnuts I could, sat and peeled them (wearing gloves of course!), set them in a basket on the patio table. None there the next day. We did the same with the popcorn we grew, but hung them from a fish net from the roof. There was also a lot missing the next day....the culprit? Squirrels. Oh, well. I now let the squirrels have any nut they want, except my husband, of course.
Funny, this year they aren't bothering. Wonder if it has something to do with the feral momma cat and kittens that moved in this summer.