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August 28, 2011

We harvested the most beautiful tomatoes this weekend.
My husband filled the sink with tomatoes, pears and apples.
These are not small pears, they are the regular pear size,
but the super sized tomatoes make them look tiny.
Next thing I knew he brought in some more.
 I weighed the biggest ones.
 This one has a bit of a rumply shoulder, uneven ripening I think.
Still it was scrump.
And beautiful.
 I think I got about 10 slices from it, 
maybe more!

I love love love summer!








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  1. I've just found you on Ravelry and admire your projects SO much! I dropped you a line over there. But love your tomatoes above! We've just "discovered" slow roasting in the oven -- 225 degrees for about 3+ hours -- the tomatoes turn out DIVINE. Sprinkle with a little salt, olive oil, rosemary or whatever you want, place on cookie sheet (we put down parchment paper first) .. fabulous! Otherwise, we are making LOTS of marinara sauce, too!

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