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Free online jigsaw puzzle of stuffed tomatoes filled with vegetables. The tomatoes have been placed on a white plate.


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May 27, 2018
Took longer since I had 2 phone calls from a neighbor. Haven't stuffed tomatoes for a long while. Have never stuffed them with just veggies.
Mar 29, 2018
That does look pretty good...I would toss it all in a steamer for about ten minutes and top with rice vinegar and some pepper corns
Jun 9, 2014
Looks delicious--makes me want to have a healthy dinner tonight.
Sep 27, 2014
Love your name..collieflower. How did you come up with that? Are you new to the site? If you are...welcome aboard.
Jan 7, 2017
I hace the user name because I love collies, and am on my 8th--a sweet tricolor named Bridie
Jan 28, 2015
Love garden fresh tomatoes
Jun 6, 2014
Cool puzzle!
May 19, 2014
Thats the longest time I have taken to do a puzzle...i forgot to pause it n went out :)
Apr 3, 2014
That actually looks good! Never have stuffed tomatoes before!
Feb 17, 2013
Hope you all have had or are looking forward to a peaceful, enjoyable Sunday. That sure is a round tomato. I wonder what they do with the inside that's scooped out. Make puree? If I were to guess what's inside, it looks like black olives, peas, chunks of peaches, corn kernels and oatmeal. Now that has got to be way off, right?
Feb 17, 2013
Pixipixil, My first thought was oatmeal too. After zooming in, I think maybe it's cottage cheese. It does look great except for the peas, never could stand 'em. :-}
Feb 17, 2013
Whoops, I didn't read down far enough. The description says quinoa as does Aussiesapphire. I looked it up. It's neither grain nor cereal nor grass and is closely related to beets, spinach and tumbleweeds. Who'da thought!
Feb 17, 2013
Ginny, you have to try peas fresh from the garden. I make a great cold pasta salad with them. I love to go pick them and eat them as I'm standing there picking too!
Feb 17, 2013
Or snow peas, don't even have to peel them, just wash them and eat skin and all. Lovely in salads. Yummy.
Feb 17, 2013
Wow Ginny 212..
That's almost like saying there's this pet you have that's related to turtles ostriches and spiders. You are right. Who'da thought!
Feb 17, 2013
Aussiesapphire, I do like snow peas or even baby peas. With the bigger ones it's actually more the texture I can't take more than the taste but I'm not overly fond of the taste either. And pixipixil, I love your analogy.
Feb 17, 2013
Most often, when a tomato is scooped out to use the shell, the "innards" are included in whatever is going back into the tomato.
Feb 17, 2013
Yum it looks delicious
Feb 18, 2013
Mmmmm - I just love being able to go and pick my salad for tea fresh from the garden. Pretty much live on salads in the summer!
Feb 18, 2013
Me too!
Jan 2, 2014
I would use the tomato flesh/juices to make the dressing for the greens that are accompanying the stuffed tomato.
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