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Monday, July 30, 2012

Harvest Monday - Tomato Season

I'm late with this post because my laptop was at the Apple store having the operating system reinstalled.  I hope that solves the problems I was having with it.

It is tomato season and they are coming in numbers that require freezing or sauce making which I did both this past week.  I have been picking them on the light green side but they ripen fast on the counter.
 Market Miracle has been the most prolific and in varying sizes, too.

 Here's an Amish paste of some size.
 Goldie's have had the most problem with bad spots but they're still delicious.
 This is an unknown that looks like a roma.
 Jalapenos with more Market Miracle.
 First Cherokee purple.

 Zucchini still producing and I'm avoiding the baseball bats so far.  More assorted peppers.

 This is the basket harvested on Monday morning.
 Green beans for dinner tonight along with a handful of blueberries and a strange shaped cucumber.
 Finally a Cherokee purple sliced that went on my BLT.  Yum!
See other harvests at Daphne's Dandelions.