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    Today's haul.

    This is what I picked today. I made pico de gallo yesterday and used a bunch of tomatoes, but still had more than I picked today on hand. We're runnin' out of friends to give tomatoes too.

    And I had a BLT last night, and a tomato sandwich today. I don't can any more, but will freeze more tomorrow...

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    #2
    Well, I won't tell you what I picked today. But I can tell you I have a clean nose.

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    • ComfortablyNumb
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      ofelles Now, now, don't jump to conclusions. I picked up my handlines because the hay gets cut this week. I didn't get my nose dirty doing it. So there.

    • ofelles
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      ComfortablyNumb Jumping to conclusions is the only exercise I get now-a-days

    • bbqLuv
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      Did your nose go on strike? Did you pick it?

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    Nothing like fresh tomatoes.

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        #5
        When we lived in middle GA there were so many great small farms around to get tomatoes like yours along with peaches of course. A BLT was my first sandwich to make followed by a good burger and then a salad, one forgets how good they are until you get really good ones.

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          #6
          There are very few things as overrated as most store bought tomatoes. Those are beautiful. I can see it all now, a smash burger patty, two slices of one of those, a leaf of lettuce, a paper thin slice of red onion, three dill pickle slices, mustard and a toasted bun. Life would be so good!

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            #7
            Not to hijack, but while we are pickin, this mornings haul, Armageddon. Click image for larger version  Name:	9146A934-00E3-40AE-BCC8-A17A3D515352.jpeg Views:	15 Size:	1.80 MB ID:	1074419
            Last edited by FireMan; August 8, 2021, 08:12 PM.

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            • Donw
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              It is okay. You did save the planet from that astroid after all. Nice looking peppers.

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            Nice haul today.

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              #9
              I made spaghetti sauce with some of the tomatoes today and there was enough for 7.5 meals for the two of us.

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              And yes - I know I spelled spaghetti wrong on the bags...

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              • Troutman
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                Tomatoes in the south are pretty much done by June so I'm about 2 months ahead of you. My salsa and tomato sauces are almost depleted. Enjoy your bounty while you can !!!

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