Thursday, July 30, 2009

Tomato Thursday

What a beautiful sight. Yum.

10 comments:

  1. Those are some of the most beautiful tomatoes I've ever seen....what is the big one on the right?

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  2. EG, Thanks!! The big one is from the volunteer plant that sprouted in January. I do not remember what kind of tomato plant was there last year.
    SG

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  3. Simply divine. Do you grow enough tomatoes to process or do you eat them as they ripen?
    But then again your weather probably allows for year round tomato growing?

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  4. Margaret, Last year we froze about 10 quarts of sliced tomatoes for juicing. So far this year we're keeping up with the harvest. We have 12 new canning jars, but so far we keep eating everything. Not sure about the year round tomatoes. I think the plants get pretty sad in Autumn.

    SG

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  5. Those tomatoes make me so jealous! If the rain ever stops out here on the East Coast, maybe I'll get some tomatoes as nice as yours.

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  6. Jane, No matter what, you are a little better off than someone else. Count your blessings. The tomatoes will come to your garden. Then you will enjoy your garden's goodies.

    Jessica, Thanks it is tomato season here for sure. Godd for your health too. :)

    SG

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  7. proud marine wifeAugust 4, 2009 at 3:30 PM

    That looks really delish ! It makes me want a tomatoe sandwitch.

    How is the family doing ?

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  8. Those are some pretty tomatoes! In Oklahoma I have a few coming on, but the extreme heat followed by torrential rain make it a bit difficult for tomatoes to decide how to respond! But that's just the way it is around here. Gotta love it. Yours look gorgeous, and I'm sure they're tasty.

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  9. Hi PMW, We've had lots of tomato sandwiches. Yum. Some with cucumber too. :) The kids seem to be bored with summer.

    Shari, Thanks. I saw torrential rain on my travels and can not imaging our garden surviving that. Must have been 2 inches in 1 hour and 60 mph winds. Good luck with your harvest. Hopefully you'll have some warmth to perk up your plants!!

    SG

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