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Dalmatiansoap 04-28-2009 12:21 PM

Call for European members
 
Hello European members, wake up!
Can we organise ourself a bit better in this thread. Please check in here so it will be easyer to contact among european members in ".org". And we can post links here about european "bananas" web sites, online sales, trades, forums etc.
At least what do You think about this.
:woohoonaner:

jmoore 04-28-2009 12:37 PM

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Here I am, I live in the UK :woohoonaner:

Patty in Wisc 04-28-2009 02:42 PM

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My grandparents came from Yugoslavia (Slovania?) but I guess that doesn't count :):)

Dalmatiansoap 04-28-2009 03:18 PM

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Haha Patty, Croatia also was part of what was Yugoslavia. We are related :ha::ha:
:woohoonaner:

Patty in Wisc 04-28-2009 04:04 PM

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C'mon over for some potica (poteetsa) bro!! :)

griphuz 04-29-2009 05:59 AM

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I'm from the Netherlands :)

Dalmatiansoap 04-29-2009 06:09 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Patty in Wisc (Post 73024)
C'mon over for some potica (poteetsa) bro!! :)

Hey Patty, what is potica? Slovenian and Croatian are totally different languages :ha:
:woohoonaner:

Tobi 04-29-2009 07:47 AM

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I`m from Germany! :)

Patty in Wisc 04-29-2009 05:51 PM

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Ante, my grandma made bread dough, then spread & rolled it out thinly on a table. She spread a mix of melted butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, honey & either a egg to thicken or milk to thin, all over it. Then sprinkled shopped walnuts & golden raisins all over & then rolled it up & baked it - after letting it rise again.
Not sure how it's spelled but pronounced po teet' sa.

island cassie 04-29-2009 07:38 PM

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Hey - if and when I move back to the UK I will be sure to join. Good luck!

kaczercat 04-29-2009 09:33 PM

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I was born in Just north of Poland killingrad Russia, but i became Canadian.

saltydad 04-29-2009 10:00 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Patty in Wisc (Post 73200)
Ante, my grandma made bread dough, then spread & rolled it out thinly on a table. She spread a mix of melted butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, honey & either a egg to thicken or milk to thin, all over it. Then sprinkled shopped walnuts & golden raisins all over & then rolled it up & baked it - after letting it rise again.
Not sure how it's spelled but pronounced po teet' sa.

Sounds like my Mom's strudel!!

YAKUZA 04-30-2009 02:02 PM

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im from belgium

YAKUZA 04-30-2009 02:06 PM

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question one. sombody heard of a red basjoo?
ho gots info for me?
What plants are good 2 plant in oudside in europe?

Patty in Wisc 04-30-2009 03:48 PM

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:woohoonaner: That looks just like it - in your gallery!
I will email my cousin to find where my grandparents grew up. She was there to visit.
They grew up 20 miles (I don't know killometers) away from each other & met in Gilbert, Minnesota (north east). Minn. has high population of Yugoslavians.
I think I'll go make some poteetsa now :ha:.

Kalabrian 05-01-2009 04:26 AM

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I am from Calabria, far south of Italy. It is a good idea to get in touch, also because to acquire plants from the Us is almost impossible.

I take the occasion to tell you I am looking for Ice Cream Banana, Cali Gold and Tx Star, if anybody in Europe should have pups I could buy them.

Blessings

Dalmatiansoap 05-01-2009 06:13 AM

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That was general idea to stay in touch couse of trades and info sharings. Most members on .org are from USA and they are too, too far away from us and about some other parts of world I dont even want to think about. I think that most difficult part of world for getting naners is our "old lady Europe".
Or we might been misorganisate? What do U think?
:woohoonaner:

Jack Daw 05-01-2009 03:04 PM

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Sir Jack sends his greetings from the Heart of the Europe, where the weather seems to be getting crazy this spring. Maximal temperature was 26C for about 10 hours...

Anyways, I already (will) have some interesting naners, one promised to Kalabrian (and from Kalabrian ;) ), One promised to maesy (and 2 from him, this kind and exotic loving guy lives in Switzerland, wonderful country where people speak maaaaany languages almost since their early childhood), one reserved for Dalmatiansoap (Pahari Kela) sometime in autumn. At the moment, just a few small naners, but soon, the nana republic. :D With your little help that means...

An advice for my good friend Dalmatiansoap. Please, make a list with all the information about the European members. (nickname on .org, City, Country, Part of Europe)

for instance, I am:

Jack Daw, Bratislava, Slovakia, Central Europe

Excellent idea, btw... ;) We need to organize ouselves.

SteveW 05-01-2009 05:17 PM

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Hi I'm a Brit:nanadrink:



Quote:

Originally Posted by YAKUZA (Post 73325)
question one. sombody heard of a red basjoo?
ho gots info for me?
What plants are good 2 plant in oudside in europe?

Basjoo rubra,red stemmed cavendish,red basjoo they're all the same plant and totally tender as you'd expect from a cavendish.I've tried these a few times now and killed them all to date,and thats in a heated greenhouse!
Outside they don't stand a chance,unless you're in southern europe of course where the weathers much nicer:ha:

Jack Daw 05-02-2009 02:23 AM

List of the European members from Bananas.org
 
List moved to individual thread.


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