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Tomato Season

My poor neglected tomato plants have forgiven me.

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This year I'm growing Sun Gold (orange cherrry tomato and very sweet), Brandywine (heirloom variety with funky shapes and deep rich flavor), Champion (an old reliable), Jet Star (a huge producer for me) Sweet Million (another cherry, red this time), Green Zebra (just because they're fun, and they taste good), and Pruden's Purple (which never do so well, but the few fruits I get are delicious).

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I think I'm making gazpacho tomorrow.

Comments (1)

sandrac:

Beautiful, Amy -- I'll bet they smell fantastic.

It seems it has been a long time since I've tasted a great, garden-fresh tomato.

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