Ants in my lawn - How to kill?

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  1. Jun 27, 2008 #21

    NYEric

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    Fresh omlette w/ smoked salmon grilled and added in, add grits and its a perfect breakfast! Ummmmmmm.
     
  2. Jun 27, 2008 #22

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    I think perogy has many spellings. I'm impressed that they are available in your area.

    Do you think the grits will ship? I wouldn't mind trying them, for the ants, I may even eat some.

    Kyle
     
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    You shouldn't have any problem getting grits it's just corn meal.
     
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    I know they sell pierogies in binghamton, syracuse, utica and I assume also in buffalo and albany. I know people who make home-made ones with saurkraut and other stuff... lots of eastern european populations along with italian in upstate and general ny state
     
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    i thought to be grits the corn meal had to be treated in soda ash or something like that...... I think they are just 'powdered' (ground up) or such in a box, like lentils and rice and barley. Other option is I know you can find specialty places that will sell them online. I did such a search looking for blue corn meal and found several places and options. maybe a search for 'hominy grits' or just 'grits'?

    wow, quite the turn this thread has taken! ;)
     
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