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Now THOSE are tomatoes!!!
mmmmmm beefsteak. Oh yeah the tomatoes are great too!
Jack, you may remember the time we made homemade ketchup with that gadget, and eyegillian posted a photo or two on Flickr. I think this would be a good time to refer people to that photo, for a giggle. Here’s the link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/eye_gillian/260836294/
wow, that’s a fancy gunomatic! does it work to make mayo, as well?
I love beefsteak tomatoes and those are beautiful!
We should try it, Goodbear! Let’s see, that would be an olive and an egg, wouldn’t it?
Thanks, Gina! Tomaotes are a lovely fruit when they’re at their best.
Gorgeous tomatoes. Aren’t they a picture?!
what a beautiful photo of real, local produce. I want to reach into the computer and buy a pack or ten. Yum.
Well, I thought so, Bobbie. 😉
Yes, Livingisdetail, it’s so nice at this one time of year to be able to have a BLT (bacon, lettuce, and tomato) sandwich instead of a BLC (bacon, lettuce, and cardboard) .
Call me slow… Is the sign a mistake or are the tomatoes called beefsteak? Perhaps the tomatoes taste good with beefsteak? Perhaps I should read the rest of the comments…
Yes, Urban Thought, “Beefsteak” is the name of that variety of tomato — I think because they’re such great big honkin’ ones. It’s like “cherry tomatoes” that are small and round, or even “grape tomatoes” that are small too, but more oblong. I don’t think you could go wrong serving fresh, field-ripened tomatoes with anything, including beefsteak.
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