Tomato Plate Jigsaw Puzzle

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pixipixil
May 12, 2017
Cheery, easy puzzle. It's amazing how many varieties of tomatoes there now are...all different sizes and colors. Some are purple. Many have a sort of core that I can't remember there being in the tomatoes we had when I grew up. I wonder if there are as many tomato tastes as there are apple flavors.
Wishing you a day of new tastes.
aknan
May 12, 2017
Pixi, the core is usually the result of being picked green and forced to ripen with gas. Never happens with our home-grown ones.
pixipixil
May 15, 2017
That's interesting. Where did you find that out, aknan?
aknan
May 16, 2017
I'm an old gardener - I put myself through college with the proceeds of selling my produce to local groceries - long ago! If I must buy tomatoes, I go for the ones still on the vine as the lesser evil. Mid-June, our farmer's markets open and I should be able to get home-grown ones again!
pixipixil
May 16, 2017
That's wonderful and impressive, aknan.
aknan
May 17, 2017
Have to admit, college costs were considerably lower back when dirt was forming....
pixipixil
May 17, 2017
I went to city and state ones that had lo tuition. Some of the community colleges were as good or better than the one private College I did attend.
$50/credit at the community ones. I had a scholarship for the first and went back to work to earn tuition for the next. My last was paid for via inheritance.
pixipixil
May 17, 2017
Two community colleges in between to boost credits. No degree from either of those but I was matriculated.
debbie8327
May 14, 2017
I have to be in the right mood for tomatoes
olamae61
May 13, 2017
My mom was allergic to tomatoes; so I grew up not eating any. Then when I was 16 I dated a guy who introduced me to them and it has been a life-long love affair with me and tomatoes. ( I ditched the guy! )
elijah13
May 12, 2017
Looks good. Day didn't start off well--no internet connection. Finally had to call and now it is up and running fine.
marine5153
May 12, 2017
That is definitely a bad way to start the day. Glad you could get back on.
carolsapple
May 12, 2017
Glad to hear that you could get back on. There was a day that we didn't have tv, phone or internet. This was going on for about 10 hours. Even my neighbors had the same issue with the cable company. The tomatoes above look more like the ones from a grocery store. Those tomatoes are picked weeks before. I myself like them dark as well. Hubby and I went out for lunch. We had sliced cooked tomatoes that were marinated. They were really yummy! The food was so much that I had to share. Ordered baby back ribs. Had to share that as well - enough to feed 3 people easily.
olamae61
May 13, 2017
I wish I was with you! I love tomatoes and baby back ribs!
fropo
May 12, 2017
Had this year's first tomato sandwich with mayo last week. Yum.
carolsapple
May 12, 2017
I have an aunt that likes them that way.
nlbuchanan
May 12, 2017
Those tomatoes still look like they could use another day or two on the vine before they were ready to suit my taste but I do like my tomatoes a nice dark red. The leaf on the tomato on the right brings to mind the cracks that often form on tomatoes in our gardens. My sister won't eat those because bugs plant germs that could get into the meat of the tomato. I just cut the split top off and eat the rest. How do the rest of you feel about that? Am I taking a big risk or is my sister wasting good tomatoes?

God bless you all.
nightmare
May 12, 2017
I like tomatoes. Cooked or raw, but sometimes, the raw ones sting my mouth.
sunsetsky
May 12, 2017
I love cooked tomatoes! I wish I liked them uncooked, but no. I don't mind them in a hamburger, but will avoid them in a salad.
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