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dbnc2
Aug 4, 2017
Did it again today as a mystery
still love it
did the C4J CUT
first time in a long time it was fun
judipd
Apr 14, 2015
Love these tomatoes could eat a whole bunch they taste delicious
dbnc2
Apr 15, 2015
I made a tomato pie for supper
was so good
sherrybee39
May 22, 2014
Getting a good homegrown tomato at the groacery is a thing of the past. Any thing grown in Georgia is not much good anymore. Even the Vidalia onions don't tast llike they did. Love a good tomato sandwich.
pixipixil
May 22, 2014
I actually got a tomato-tasting tomato from the grocery a week ago adn it was a hot house variety. I was shocked.
I also got some bags of oranges that tasted like oranges used to. They were Cara brand. Really sweet and juicy. They aren't in the store any more tho. :o(
justine72
May 23, 2014
I so agree with you. So many onions seem to taste different and they seem to spoil faster. We have farms, especially organic farms all around us so we happily drive off our island and go veggie buying every week. I grow tomatoes and green beans and just about cry in December when the last of those beauties are gone. Hubby calls the store bought tomatoes cardboard.
dbnc2
May 23, 2014
I agree a tomato from the store is like eating a piece of red cardboard
pixipixil
May 24, 2014
Usually is true. Dole strawberries also. Sometimes, tho, I have gotten lucky. As I said I actually happened on a tasty tomato and some really good oranges. The mangoes have not been good lately.
aknan
Feb 3, 2015
Sherrybee, our fruits and veggies have undergone so much hybridization to produce a fruit that can withstand shipping and storage that a lot of flavor has been lost in the process. I've found heritage tomatoes - there are several kinds - to be the most flavorful. Can only find them at the farmer's markets and they're pretty pricey, but worth it!
tshepherd24
Nov 1, 2014
My wife and I grow cherry tomatoes whenever we can, along with other vegetables as well.
toadalove
Jul 30, 2014
Cool!
dbnc2
Jul 30, 2014
Toadalove, I love tomatoes any I get them
elaineNH
May 22, 2014
I have a big farm 2 minutes from my house..they have a wonderful veggie stand....I call it "my garden".....
CatLadyOKC
May 22, 2014
Will be using our farmers market this year, only about the distance and is open Thrusday eve. and Sat. morn.
Need to do work in our garden this year and let it rest.
elaineNH
May 22, 2014
Nothing like fresh veggies..this place also has pick your own strawberries, blueberries and apples...even NH peaches...
CatLadyOKC
May 22, 2014
We my parents lived on Beaver Lake in Arkansas
we always went to the Blueberry farm and picked blue berries with out kids. Now reaching the stage that I would rather have them picked for me. Used to have and apple & peach tree in are yard but storms did them in, they also were a mess to keep cleaned up.
CatLadyOKC
May 22, 2014
Note: finger & keyboard not in same place. We is When and out is our. Guess I'm not awake yet, think I'll have another cup of coffee...
trynfindit
May 22, 2014
CatLady, we have three blueberry bushes in our yard that have lovely berries. But not only do we have to fight the birds for them but our adorable corgi has figured out he can stand on his hind legs and eat the berries!
elaineNH
May 22, 2014
Haha wondered why you went with out kids...ha ha
pixipixil
May 22, 2014
I had a blueberry bush when we lived in Roxbury and we were so excitd when we finally saw a crop of berries ripening on the bush. I had put netting over it but when we went out to get the brries the next day there wasn't a single one left. Soething got them under the netting.
elaineNH
May 23, 2014
Oh no..pixi...so sorry....
SANTACLAUS
May 23, 2014
Try growing a gooseberry bush, mine at the moment is overflowing with them, still quite small but we had lots last year and it seems we will this year, very prickly and I seem to think that what's keeps the fruit intact. l o l Santa.
pixipixil
May 23, 2014
I had one of those, too and some kind of worm always got inside the berry b4 it ripened. I like the plant. The leaves are pretty but never got to taste a ripe gooseberry.
SANTACLAUS
May 26, 2014
This is the first time I have heard this, but if you try again I am sure it will be a success, we put ours in a large tub and we have the red gooseberry plant, if you lived near to us we would give you a cutting, I was only looking at the instructions the other day telling you all about these, when I find it wiil let you know all about them.
pixipixil
May 26, 2014
Thank you santaclaus. I look forward to it.
SANTACLAUS
May 30, 2014
Found it at long last here is the information, mine is called Hinnonmaki Rod'.a superb traditional variety that is easy to grow with good disease resistance and heavy crops of fruit. The ruby red medium-sized gooseberries are sweet when ripe with a tangy outer skin. The fruit is perfect for bottling and preserves, but left to ripen fully can be used as a desert gooseberry to.
Garden care; Prepare the ground well before planting, remove all weeds and dig in plenty of well- rotted manure into the area.Space at 1'5m intervals and once planted, apply a mulch of well- rotted manure every spring, as well as a nitrogen and potassium fertilizer. Make sure the plant is watered in dry weather and net the bushes to protect from the birds. In the first year
, prune shoots back by half to three-quarters to an outward-facing bud in winter. After that prune out weak and older branches only.
Eventual height 1'2m/ Eventually Spread: 1'2m
I grow mine in a large planter and as I said before fruit in abundant.Good luck and O hope your bush gets plenty of fruit as mine has.
pixipixil
May 30, 2014
Thanks, Santaclaus. Am copying this to my word program.
misty76leigh
May 27, 2014
Yummy looking tomatoes!
Jingles
May 22, 2014
Dbnc2
What is a tomato pie? I have never heard of it but it sounds good because I love tomato's. I'm also in to trying new recipe's. I do love these little salad tomato's. I plant tomato's every year.
Have a great day everyone and God bless you all.
maryhelen50
May 22, 2014
Think deep dish pizza, with fresh tomatoes and lots of cheese.
trynfindit
May 22, 2014
Tomato pie is yummy. It's main ingredient, of course, is tomatoes, sliced and drained well on paper towels, then arranged in a pre-baked pastry crust in a pinwheel fashion. Then a mixture of mayonnaise, fresh basil and grated cheese is spooned on top of the sliced tomatoes and the whole thing is baked. There are a number of recipes on-line for it.
malko
May 22, 2014
Hi jingles, maybe you can try tomato choka, an east indian dish. Choka is just about any vege roasted. You roast the tomatoes, garlic, hot pepper and pimentoes. Mash them all together to a pulp, add thin slices of onion, a dash of warm olive oil and add salt to taste. You can try eggplant/ melongene in the same way, tastes great with bread
pixipixil
May 22, 2014
That sounds so good, malko. Unfortunately I'd have to skip the hot peppers.
dbnc2
May 23, 2014
Trynfindit gave you the recipe

good with bacon crumbs or bacon bits in it
go to search bar type in tomato pie recipe
trynfindit
May 23, 2014
Yes, I forgot about the crumbled crisp bacon. Yummy.

The recipes can be varied - which cheese to use, for example. Some use Swiss, some cheddar, some Mozzarella.
pixipixil
May 24, 2014
I LOVE BACON: I LOVE BACON: I LOVE.......
trynfindit
May 25, 2014
LOL
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