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Friday, September 11, 2009

September tomatoes

My little tomatoes keep making more, even as the plant's lower leaves succumb to blight. I still don't think I've eaten enough buffalo mozzarella with tomatoes and basil yet, though.

12 comments:

  1. sure wish I could eat all that cheese.....

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  2. If there are too many to cope with I'd be happy to take the surplus. Yes, something is still eating the flowers of mine! grrr!

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  3. I will eat the two of the last three 'Black Russians' with mozz and basil tomorrow night. Maybe I'll let my guests have some too:)

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  4. Good idea, Breedge.

    Bumblevee..you can't?

    Dinahmow...your climate is so confusing to me!

    Frank - those Russians looked wonderful. Maybe it IS worth it.

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  5. "I still don't think I've eaten enough buffalo mozzarella with tomatoes and basil yet, though."

    That's because it's not possible to OD on mozzarella, basil, and tomatoes!

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  6. Me neither. They are my summer food addiction, and I'm not willing to let go of summer yet.

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  7. i wish 1/2 our tomatoes looked like that! the combination of soaking rain and heat just fried them this year!

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  8. Can't believe you grew them on your terrace - when I grow tomatoes in the ground even, they get blight, rust, mildew, you name it. But ...... you should see my mini rose( grown from seed). It has six buds and is only 6 inches tall. It will grow to 12 inches with time. It is Rosa chinensis var.minima " Angel Rose"
    Will send pics when buds open. Very proud of it.

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  9. I'm with Fern @ Life - one can never have too much tomato-mozzarella-basil. It is THE summer food in our house.

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  10. i didn't make it to the Farmer's Market this weekend so am practically out of tomatoes...*sob*...i'm not ready to stop eating fresh tomatoes yet!!

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  11. Put it on a thick slice of Italian bread smeared with a little olive oil and yum!

    Sometimes I add grilled eggplant or zucchini ~ whichever I have.

    Your terrace garden is lovely!

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