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Article: Chestnuts, Conkers, and Buckeyes: Great Timing :)

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lcosden
Pawling, NY
(Zone 5b)

December 19, 2007
10:13 PM

Post #4311281

Great Timing.. Just bought half a pound of the stuff and wondering how to roast them.. Lo and behold, DG has the answer for me.. Yet again too.. Thank you.. Gonna go roast some to enjoy. :)
gloria125
Greensboro, AL

December 19, 2007
10:23 PM

Post #4311306

Icosden: If they're fresh you can plant them, too. Good project for kids.
lcosden
Pawling, NY
(Zone 5b)

December 19, 2007
10:30 PM

Post #4311327

Really, I have to save one for that then.. Cuz I love chestnuts and having my own chestnut tree would just be fabulous.. :)

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