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We are having homegrown BLTs w/our own tomatoes tonight!  YEAH!  No more non flavored tomatoes for a few months!  YUM!
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Re: First Tomatoe of the season

posted at 8/16/2011 8:18 PM EDT
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I finally had that long awaited first tomato,but not from my garden,I had to take a twenty minute drive to my brothers! lol.Very glad I did, it was worth the drive lol.My tomatoes just aren't there this season.

Re: First Tomatoe of the season

posted at 8/16/2011 9:50 PM EDT
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I love Tomato and Mayo sandwiches. 

My Step daughter made home-made spag. sauce and stewed tomatoes.  She gave us a few jars...very good.  They also gave us green beans, corn, zucchini, cucumbers, green peppers, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, squash and cabbage.  I got some to freeze so I will have some home-grown veggies in the Winter.

Re: First Tomatoe of the season

posted at 8/17/2011 12:06 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: First Tomatoe of the season:
I love Tomato and Mayo sandwiches.  My Step daughter made home-made spag. sauce and stewed tomatoes.  She gave us a few jars...very good.  They also gave us green beans, corn, zucchini, cucumbers, green peppers, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, squash and cabbage.  I got some to freeze so I will have some home-grown veggies in the Winter.
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We used to have all these foods growing in our garden while I was living in Iowa. That's one thing I do miss about the Midwest. But I definitely don't miss the humidity, mosquitoes, ice and cold weather! lol

Re: First Tomatoe of the season

posted at 8/20/2011 1:42 PM EDT
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I finally had a tomato from my garden,boy was it good.I need to get some bacon and make BLT'S.My son brought in several green tomatoes and I'm going to make some fried green tomatoes tonight to go with dinner!

Re: First Tomatoe of the season

posted at 8/20/2011 4:54 PM EDT
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We have quite a few tomatoes that are ripe right now.  But with the wacky weather we've had, it's nothing like previous years.  Usually the plants are so tall and thick you have to hunt for the tomatoes, this year they were lucky to be 3 feet high and spindly.  The bright side is I won't have to make spaghetti sauce this year lol.  Still have plenty in the freezer from last year's tomatoes.
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