I got this year’s tobacco in the ground. The last pot pictured is a half barrel from Jim Beam that I bought at Home Depot. The other half has kentucky colonel mint growing in it.
Then I tried to get some of my previous crop fermented. I took a handful of old tobacco, added some moisture, and put it out in the sun in some banana leaves. A Cuban tobacco farmer told me about this method.
I also went to a fraternity brother’s graduation party. We had crabs, shucked oysters, had pie. There was even chick-fil-a nuggets. Quite a spread. The cornhole pic makes me feel like it was ’06 again.
Sunday we watched the US Men’s soccer team play Turkey. We wanted some American food, but were lazy, so we went to Teeter and bought chicken, canned collards, and premade biscuits. We opened some very local honey, and enjoyed the game. The key lime pie, and the US win were pretty sweet.This entry was posted in Cigars, Food by rsiv with no comments yet