Heavy-Duty Plastic Bear Claw Scoops for Leaf-Gathering and Yard Chores
Leaf Scoops Make Yard Clean-up Quick, Easy and Fun
• Extra-large "hand extenders" for picking up piles
• Lightweight, fit any size hand comfortably
• Great for grass clippings, leaves, weed piles
• Safely feed leaf shredders
Gather raked leaves in half the time with these extra large "hand extenders". Molded from lightweight, high quality
polypropylene, they fit any size hand comfortably, letting you quickly pick up grass clippings, leaves and piles of
weeds. A safe way to feed leaf shredders, too.
|Red Maple - October Glory - $ 39.95|
The October Glory Red Maple tree, Acer rubrum 'October Glory', is one of the best and most popular of the Red Maple cultivars. October Glory Red Maple trees are excellent for intense fall color and have a medium to fast growth rate. In the spring, red flowers in dense clusters form before the leaves. This Red Maple is an excellent tree for lawn or street planting. The 'October Glory' Red Maple has a good oval-rounded form. It tends to hold its lustrous dark green leaves late into fall. The intensity of the brilliant orange to red fall color is worth the wait. October Glory Red Maple trees have a dense oblong head with dark green foliage. Excellent color for the south.
|Red Maple - Red Sunset - $ 39.95|
The Red Sunset« Red Maple tree, Acer Rubrum Red Sunset, is considered one of the best trees for early fall color! This is a large deciduous tree that has pyramidal form when young becoming rounded with age. Glossy green leaves turn brilliant orange-scarlet, extremely showy. Full sun. Grows faster than Norway and sugar maples, but slower than silver maple. The Red Sunset's« leaves are shiny green above and pale green beneath, 3-5 lobed and 3-6" across. Species name of rubrum (meaning red) is everywhere in evidence: red flowers in dense clusters in late March to early April (before the leaves appear), red fruit (reddish two-winged samara), reddish stems and twigs. The Red Sunset« is one of the best red maple cultivars available in commerce, with outstanding orange to red fall color. An excellent choice for lawn or street planting.
|Weather Chaps - $ 45.95|
The Wheelchair Weather Chaps keep you drier than a poncho because it fits snugly around your lower body, instead of draping over it. Slip your feet into the bottom pocket, then pull it over your legs and lap for waterproof protection. Bottom is contoured so nothing gets caught in your wheels and there's no need to leave your seat to put it on. Removable fleece lining provides extra warmth, great for ball games and getting around!Wheelchair Weather Chaps Removable fleece lining provides extra warmth. Fits snugly around your lower body.
|An Orchard Rack is the
Time-Tested Way to Store Your
Years ago, people stored "keeper" crops
such as apples, winter squash, onions and
potatoes on rustic wooden racks like this
one. The drawers are slatted to ensure good
air circulation, and they slide out for easy
access. For best results, the rack should be
located in a cool, dark cellar or shed.
Store your garden harvest for months of
Ideal for keeping apples, squash, potatoes
Perfect for drying herbs, too
This oversize item may have an additional
YARD WASTE IS
NOT ALLOWED IN
THE CITY OF ARNOLD, MO
AT ANY TIME
If you live inside the city limits of Arnold or
Kimmswick you cannot open burn per
Missouri Department of Natural Resources rules.
You can apply for a recreational bonfire permit, which is for
a specific date and time that you choose, weather permiting.
See links below for official regulations
$500 to $2000 fine from the
Missouri State Department of Natural Resources
for open burning
in prohibited areas.
St. Louis metropolitan area: Open burning of household refuse is prohibited in the
St. Louis metropolitan area.
Open burning of trees, tree leaves or brush is allowed only in
areas outside of incorporated municipalities
from Sept. 16 to April 14 of each calendar year.
These brush piles are limited to a base of 16 square feet and the burning is allowed
from 10a.m. through 4 p.m.
|Julia Child and Jacques Pepin cut up turkey
before roasting in this program clip viewed on PBS
and embedded from You Tube Thanksgiving part 1
|Julia Child and Jaques Pepin clip Part 2
as seen on PBS, embedded from YouTube.
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|I tried the stuffing under turkey skin method, as discussed at "minute 22" of the
episode of "The Chew" embedded above.
My turkey was done in 1 and 1/2 hours...internal heat 165 degrees.
The white meat was moist and delicious.
Beautiful crispy brown skin.
Best Turkey EVER!
I do not have a food processor, so I finely grated onions, celery,carrots and
two apples, sauteed them in a stick of butter, melted in an iron skillet.
I added one teaspoon of rubbed sage,1 1/2 cups of water and a package of
chicken stove top stuffing.
I mixed and heated stuffing though until soft. I let it cool enough so not to burn
me, piped stuffing under skin of turkey with ziplock bag.
I rubbed skin with extra virgin olive oil, salted lightly and ground fresh pepper.
I folded wing tips under body and crossed legs at end of bird.
I Immediately began simmering the removed spine in stock pot of water,
celery, bay leaf, onion and garlic.
I found removing the spine was the trickiest and most time consuming effort,
since I do not have kitchen shears. I used a knife.
I added roasted turkey bones to stock pot after I finished carving turkey meat.
Try it. You'll like it! PKJ