Sept 6, Quenepas Update

Electric power is back after the 4th day! finally! — ok people— In about 3 hours or so, I will proceed to start reading emails received from Monday 1, 2008 then up to today. Please stand by for your reply and Thank YOU very much for calling me during this weather emergency. It is people LIKE YOU, that make the difference in difficult times like this. THANK YOU🙂

I am still waiting for a more accurate weather forecast, to see if I am still to cancel this weekend shipment of quenepas. Will keep you updated on this.

Have to go now.  C’ you all laterz

Irene

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Karen on September 8, 2008 at 2:48 am

    Hola Irene, I have had you on my mind allot, I hope all is well with you and your family. I will keep you in my prayers. Be safe my friend. Hugs, Karen
    p.s. no need to reply I know you are very busy.

    Reply

  2. Posted by melissa on September 11, 2008 at 7:42 pm

    Hi Irene,

    Just wondering if you have a recipe for genips? I know they can be used in jellies and juices, but not sure how to go about it. Any advice would be appreciated!

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  3. Dear Karen, thanks for stopping by!🙂

    I am ok my friend. Lots of rain rain rain…the creek running this farm got flooded so bad I couldn’t get out this property until the waters calmed down. This is one of the advantages of leaving in the mountains🙂
    The big problem was the electricity. I came to post after 4 days of complete blackout and 3 days later we still had no power. The voltage was so weak I couldn’t get my pc’s running in such little electricity. Yesterday, Sept 11th the power was finally restored.
    Thanks for your prayers Karen…. they were heard because I am safe, Thanks!

    Hugs,
    Irene

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  4. Posted by bongosmania on September 12, 2008 at 9:26 pm

    Hola Melissa🙂

    I always ate quenepas as a fresh fruit…but I’ve heard of neighbors making rice with quenepas and beer(Arroz con quenepas y cerveza) the same way we make Rice & Beans all together, just substituting the beans for quenepas and the water for beer. The juice? I don’t know…never tried it..but I assume it is made the same way Parcha (passion fruit) juice is made by straining the pulp then adding water and sugar. Then I assume if you take that pulp and add cinnamon & sugar you’ll have a jelly.

    Dang I’m good! ha ha ha… I should try my own recipes! lol

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