Earth Oven: Searching for the Trifecta

Prickly Pears with fruit

Prickly Pears with fruit

News from the archaeological research team in Eagle Nest canyon this spring. Follow them at www. aswtproject. wordpress.com.  The Ancient South West Texas Project is led by Dr. Stephen L. Black, Texas State University.

Earth Oven: Searching for the Trifecta.

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4 thoughts on “Earth Oven: Searching for the Trifecta

  1. Good one. Been there, done that, courtesy of Big Bend Ranch’s Desert Survival Training from the late David Alloway. It all tastes like artichoke.

    Joe Nick Patoski 706 Deer Run Wimberley, TX 78676 512.847.3923 512.431.5684 Joenickp@yahoo.com Joenickp.com

    From: “Mary S. Black” Reply-To: “Mary S. Black” Date: Monday, February 10, 2014 11:12 AM To: JNP Subject: [New post] Earth Oven: Searching for the Trifecta

    WordPress.com Mary S. Black posted: ” News from the archaeological research team in Eagle Nest canyon this spring. Follow them at www. aswtproject. wordpress.com. The Ancient South West Texas Project is led by Dr. Stephen L. Black, Texas State Univerity. Earth Oven”

    • I’ve had some that were so bitter we had to spit ’em out. Maybe it was the wrong time of year to harvest?? Thanks for reading!

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