those tomatoes look sooo yummy! strangely I think they would make a good breakfast..
There is nothing better than summer tomatoes!Add a little salt, and you have a meal!
They just keep coming! I'm thinking I need to learn some tomato sauce recipes in order to keep up.....
What lovely lovely photos. Is THE garden you mention YOUR garden. Do YOU garden? I LOVE gardening. Although your garden must be much further along than mine. Or you live in a warmer climate that I do here in the southwest. Or these are from last summer's garden. Amazing crop you had on the tomatoes. You picked 2 of my favorite veggies. Don't you just love garden fresh food...nothing compares...not even cable TV. LOL...actually I don't own a TV by choice. I find that I live a whole lot more without one. Anyway your photography is great and the way you lay these out is very beautiful. Great job.
These came from a little community garden started with a handful of friends in on of their backyards. here is my flickr set of some of our progress (although since stuff has been ripening I haven't taken hardly any photos).http://flickr.com/photos/sheiladilling/sets/72157604945017495/I LOVE gardening. It is better than a massage as far as rejuvenating and relaxing at the same time. Here in Sacramento, our gardening season is from March through August. We are overdue for planting some fall squash but we'll get to that soon.
Yum. My tomatoes were pathetic this year. It is so hard to garden here in the desert. :(
Yay. The tomatoes look so fresh, so yummy!Hey sheasy... pardon my ignorance but (insert a blushing emoticon here) what's that on the third pic?
180: As long as you have agave, you are in the lead in my book!bt: Those are two summer squash. They were delicious! (Even though I can see now that they look like a couple of enormous, yellow chicken legs).
OMG, you have such delish looking veggies. Jimmy would be jealous! I'm going to show him this when he gets home. Make some salsa. Jimmy's been making homemade salsa with our tomatoes and we eat it as a little snack. He can send you his recipe if you want. ;)
Oh, cherry tomatoes! Yummy just as they are... but a little bit of fresh basil and olive oil wont hurt! I am now drooling...
Yum. My plants are a bit behind that. My daughter ate all the cherry tomatoes off the vine today (which is why I plant them - my sneaky attempt to up her veg intake). Oh no, that reminds me - the water has been on for over two hours.
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