Thursday, August 2, 2012

Tomato, Tomato 2


I know this little guy looks ready to eat and I think he was yesterday lunch.  
Our little rural patch is beginning to taste very good.  
So far, I think they have been costing about  $4 each...but it's going down.  
I say tomato and your say tomato...


Hahahhahhahahhaaahahahhaaaa.

Let's not call off the tomatoes..tomatoes....those pretty red things.

Merry garden tomatoes,
Mary

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37 comments:

  1. Yummyyy tomato :)
    Nice video too
    Big hugs cucki xxx

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  2. Homegrown tomatoes! 'Scuse me whilst I wipe the drool from the keyboard...

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  3. Nothing like home-grown tomatoes :) I have started to harvest some of mine..I mainly grow the little red and yellow cherry ones hanging in pots...I just love them roasted in the oven with a bit of pepper!
    Magie x

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  4. I can almost smell your tomato plants!

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  5. there's nothing like homegrown tomatoes!

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  6. Lovely, I'd have eaten him too! :)

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  7. what a cute video. i would have loved to live then. so fun!! i wish i could roller skate ... i always fall down, though. ha. ha!! (:

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  8. Healthy plants ! This tomato looks just for eating with hot bread and cheese !
    Have a nice day
    Olympia

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  9. We picked our first ripe tomato this week too. Last night I made grilled cheeses w/ tomato and homemade bread. Yum!

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  10. Looks delicious! Love that song!

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  11. My son and I used our first ripe tomato on turkey burger sliders for his birthday. Delicious!

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  12. Oh I love tomatoes I cannot wait to buy some from our local farmer as we have none. No rain no tomato darn. B

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  13. I love homegrown tomatoes! Ours are also doing well this year.

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  14. Nothing like fresh ripe tomatoes no matter how you pronounce it.

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  15. Here in Florida...we can not get a good tomatoe if our lives were dependent on it♥ Thanks for making my mouth drool....
    Laurie @ Pride in Photos

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  16. Beautiful photo. We did not have a garden this year but we've had a few really good tomatoes from the vegetable stand nearby.

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  17. Looks delicious! I love home grown tomatoes and I miss them when summer's over!

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  18. Beautiful photo. Home grown tomatoes are the best. I have one plant with little tomatoes called Jelly Bean. I have eaten several and have several more ripening.

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  19. Beautiful tomato! I can't wait to grow my own one day!! Love the classic black and white movies!! Thanks for sharing! xo Heather

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  20. Yay for fresh garden veggies! Well, if one can grow them properly. From my tomato plant I managed to save one tomato and it didn't taste so good. Just when I thought the plant was finished, I've got four little green babies on there. Hopefully, these taste better than the other one.

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  21. grand success with your you tube capture. great and fun post, sista dear!

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  22. Hi Mary!! Yes, I am glad you joined Fee's blog, CHIPPER NELLY. She is just a wonderful artisan and blogger pal! ENJOY !! Anita

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  23. I miss having a garden, but my thumb is not very green! Your tomato looks delish!

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  24. Nice looking tomato. I'm jealous. I've never had any luck with them. And I love that film clip. At least Fred and Ginger were on equal footing in that dance...Ginger wasn't in 3 inch heals having to dance backwards.

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  25. They look so good!! Love that clip, too!

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  26. My parents gave us a few. We gave them some corn in return.

    http://theapels.blogspot.com/2012/08/kung-fu-panda-party-in-works.html

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  27. Hi Mary,

    Your tomatoes look so good and so much nicer if you can ripen them on the vine, than the ones you buy.

    Happy weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  28. What lovely tomatoes! My mom is growing some, but yours look a bit more healthy than hers! :)

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  29. oh lucky you, my tomato plants are dying off. they done their job. and as much as i was tomatoed out i'm gonna miss them!!!

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  30. Wow ... splendid capture, indeed! I love tomatoes. They are very nutritious.

    Cheers ... visiting from A Rural Journal!

    http://mandatorymooch.blogspot.com/2012/08/tasty-thursdays-2.html

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  31. MMMM. Nothing tastes better than a tomato plucked straight off the vine. :)

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  32. I am so afraid something will get our tomatoes before they get ripe...I love a fresh garden tomato...I can taste it now.:)

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  33. I love vine ripened tomatoes and Fred and Ginger. sandie

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  34. I have been inhaling tomatoes lately. I wish I had homegrown tomatoes though. Yum... :)

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  35. oh yes...they are a slice of heaven...

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  36. Great looking tomatoes! Homegrown are always so much better.

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  37. Wonderful.
    Mine did not do so well this year. *Sigh*

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