Saturday, September 24, 2011

The Tomato Journey

We just love tomatoes, green, red, yellow, black, all colors of beautiful tomatoes. We have tomatoes for slicing, for canning and just enjoying. You can grow a tomato just about anywhere, in a garden area, on the patio in a container and even upside down in a basket. We start our tomatoes from seed and the process usually starts in January.

The Kitchen Window Becomes The Greenhouse

Transplanted To The Garden and Blooming

Here Come The Tomatoes

And Back To The Window

Hot Sauce Anyone?

Maybe You Would Like Oven Dried Tomatoes
Recipe For Oven Dried Tomatoes (Here)

Then the tomatoes are over for another few months until we begin the process all over again. In the mean time we have lots of good canned tomato products in the pantry to enjoy until next year.

I sure am glad you came along for my Tomato Journey I always enjoy your company on the journey. Don't forget your bag of tomatoes and hope you will come back real soon!
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen

7 comments:

  1. I love my tomato crops aswell.We will plant ours soon:))Nothing tastes better than tomato from the garden.I have different kinds and all used for different purposes.Exept one: When I am working in the garden I will pick any and eat it;))

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  2. If I were a tomato, I'd want to be on your kitchen counter!

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  3. very interesting post..:)
    tomato is my fav and love to see it in my garden..

    Tasty Appetite

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  4. So many tomatos! From the own garden they are so much better than from supermarket. :)

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  6. We love tomatoes also. I must say that one of my favorite smells in the whole world is a tomato leaf or vine. It really takes me back to my childhood, playing or helping in the garden. My whole family looks forward to the taste of summer tomatoes. I have canned and frozen some for winter use, but admit that we do not buy very many at the grocery because the taste of hot house tomatoes just isn't there. I love reading your posts! I hope you have a week full of blessings! PS, for some reason it will not let me post under my Google profile so I am signing in as anonymous. Rhonda at Cobblestone Quilting.

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  7. Hi Miz Helen, I loved this post! I enjoy tomatoes and have around 20 plants. I freeze some for chili, eat lots fresh and give many away. I'll be picking the green tomatoes prior to the first frost and storing them away to ripen. Have a good week!
    Beth

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Miz Helen

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