Monday, July 27, 2009

Fresh tomatoes!

I think these may be dinner...

Hope you had a fabulous Monday!

Valarie

12 comments:

Mimi Sue said...

Our tomatoes are still orange. Maybe by the end of the week we'll have a few. Your chandelier is darling hanging over the sink. Love it. Looks like someone's going to have fun at camp! Mimi

Colleen said...

Fresh white bread, Hellman's mayo, salt & pepper and a couple of slices of those perfect tomatoes. That is all I need!

Shabby Addict said...

That's funny you posted a picture of the fresh tomatoes because I have been craving them all day! My tomato plant stopped growing tomatoes and I am dying here!

Cottage Rose said...

OH those tomato's look so very good. I just love fresh home grown veggies like tomato's,, I planted some then we had to move for my honey bunny's job,, so I had to leave them behind... maybe my daughter can pick some when they are ripe and mail them....lol have a great week

Hugs;
Alaura

bj said...

woo hoo...they sure would be dinner at MY house..

Laura said...

I don't blame you-
My mouth is watering!

Laura

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

I have a ton of tomatoes that are all going to ripen at once! I can't wait!
~Patti

Christine said...

Valarie,
I'm with Colleen, bread & mayo and you are all set.
Hope you aren't missing Wesley to much. He must be having the time of his life. With an entrance like that, I wanted to go!

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Beautiful tomatoes and the color is amazing. Are tomatoes are still green, we keep hoping they will ripen, our little plant has four beef stake tomatoes growing.
Take care and enjoy your day,
Elizabeth

Vickie said...

My kinda supper. Throw summa those babies onto some bread, a dab of mayo and a coupla big slices of Noonday onion and a little salt, and you've a meal fit for a king (queen, rather)!

My kids all went to Pine Cove, and I did, too, as a child. It was some kinda fun! Now, one of my grown sons has been helping rebuild some of the decks out there!

Andrea said...

Oh yummy! We got some wonderful tomatoes in Van Alstyne a couple of weeks ago, a little produce stand off the side of the highway. They were the best tomatoes we've ever eaten and that's sayin' a lot since my hubby is from the "tomato capital of the world" aka Jacksonville, Texas!
The best thing I made from them was a tomato pie...it was to die for!

Tanya said...

Hi Valarie,
There really is nothing like vine ripened tomatoes! I'm also a native Texan but now I live about 20 minutes from University of Arkansas! Small world.

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