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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Pa, Aug 1, 2005.
Hey Pa, I like mine sliced and cool, with mayo, salt, and pepper. :lol:
Hunger inducing shot. 8)
Leigh is planning on canning some tomatos tomorrow Pa.
Our garden is busting at the seams with veggies. Yummy.
These are actually the little cherry tomatoes. Just pop 'em in your mouth like plums!
Patrick, I envy you. I grew up in Alabama, and my Dad was an avid gardener. The deer on our mountain here in Virginia are so ravenous that we can't have a garden. We grow a few tomatoes in pots on the deck.
Now Frank, we are going to fight....Not enough tomatoes for us both... Like mine just the same way.
I knew I liked you for a reason. lolol
Those look absolutely marvelous. If they disappear off the screen and the next viewer can't see them. Frank and I stole them Darn, all I got was the little one. (green one) Frank gimmy a tomato
Great image Pa
thanks for sharing.
I'm with Frank...Hunger inducing shot! My problem is my garden is producing at warp speed....I don't have time to shoot pictures of it....gotta pick-pick-pick!!! First I had tons of squash and zuchinni. Then it was cucumbers and squash. Now it's tomatoes, cucumbers and okra! So you can imagine my dilema.
If you'll PM me your address I'll send you a jar of home canned tomatoes as soon as I have them done and have time to get it sent out! Cheers to you.
Leigh, I greatly appreciate your generous offer, but I am aware of the labor involved - you need to enjoy the fruits of those labors!
As a boy growing up in South Alabama in the late 40's and early 50's, I spent many a hot summer day working in the family garden. I fondly remember the wonderful food, but the work is not remembered so fondly!
Those squash that you gave Janie and I made the best casserole that I've ever had. I'll be glad to take any leftover veggies that you have. 8)
Well they do look yummy Pa. You have presented them very well.
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