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elijah13
Nov 12, 2018
Nice ripe tomatoes. I have some in the refrigerator!
elijah13
Apr 19, 2018
Good enough to eat!
dbnc2
Apr 30, 2017
Sure looks like a tomatoe sanwitch
Genaya
Sep 12, 2016
Yummy with fish and chips.
toadalove
Jul 18, 2014
Yumm!
IamWolfWoman
Aug 28, 2013
I grow tomatoes (and lots of basil to go with them) Supermarket tomatoes are nothing like the real thing.
eileenjo1
May 27, 2013
I used to put sugar and vinegar on mine, sounds weird but sooo good. I think its a UK thing
SANTACLAUS
May 27, 2013
I am sure it a UK thing, it brings out the flavour does sugar and vinegar.
happygapeach332
Mar 15, 2013
With a little salt and pepper
netta
Mar 18, 2013
My Dad used to put sugar on his - well after all, they are a fruit! Mind you, we all thought he was weird.
mrscf
Mar 18, 2013
My Dad put sugar on his too! It is quite tasty.
netta
Mar 19, 2013
Maybe I should try it, mrscf.
jiggler
Mar 19, 2013
I put a wee sprinkle of sugar on mine too, rather than salt - same for peas: really enhances the flavour, and some tomatoes can be quite bland otherwise. So there are a few of us weirdos around :-D
mrscf
Mar 20, 2013
Netta, if you try it, let me know what you think!
netta
Mar 22, 2013
Will do mrscf.
netta
Mar 23, 2013
Now I've tried it mrscf and maybe my Dad wasn't so weird after all! It really is rather nice.
mrscf
Mar 25, 2013
Glad you liked it!
7shirl21
Apr 8, 2013
We put sugar on tomatoes too, but when I moved to the South I found out people used salt -which I thought was weird and a little gross. They think the same thing about sugar!
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