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Friday, June 13, 2008

No Salmonella in these tomatoes!

First of all , for any of you, my blogging friends who are going through the terrible weather....floods, tornado, and what ever else is happening, my heart goes out to you and my prayers are with you. This is such a harsh year it seems with the weather! In our state, and in the local towns, no tomatoes can be bought because of the salmonella outbreak. I am so glad I planted so many tomato vines this year and so far they have produced very well.
This weekend is supposed to be hot, but hopefully no more wind and dirt blowing! So I am off to take care of the weeds and plants. The greenhouse has sprouting plants, but because of the extreme temperature, there is not as much as I had hoped.
I have a good supply of both red and green tomatoes. I fixed fried green tomatoes for friends who came to visit a couple of days ago. My friends teenage son was not that impressed with them, but was sweet enough to give them a taste.{:

The cherry tomatoes are doing well also. I hope to experiment making homemade salsa and sauces this summer. If any thing turns out good, I will share the recipe! I hope all of you who are reading, have a wonderful weekend!


Tipper said...

Your tomatoes look great! Ours aren't that far along yet.

Anne Fannie said...

Your tomatoes look great! Mine are still green and I can't seem to beat the squirrels to the ones that are starting to turn ripe! Its so scary to buy tomatoes at the store! Thanks for the sweet post on my blog.
love, Ann

Sugarplum Cottage said...

I can just see them green tomatoes fried, Umm. You know garden tomatoes are gonna taste even better this year, due to the scare of salmonella. Hugs, Rose

Paula said...

Your tomatoes look great, Kathleen!
Mine will never make it to red... I'll pick them green and fry them!
(much to Hubby's dismay...) LOL

joyh82 said...

They look great! I am so glad my hubby has lots of these planted and hope they ripen soon.