I can't wait to put all of this to practical use next summer. When I'm back in Idaho I'll certainly be planting tomatoes and even more certainly, I won't get near as many ripe ones as I want! Thanks for the wonderful tips!
I am so glad you posted about green tomatoes. Typically I just let them die on the vine and they end up in the compost. You inspired me to pick all the green ones and I will be using them!
Loved this series of posts. When I get back I am going to post a link, if you don't mind.
It makes me want a FGT sandwich. :)I am celebrating my 100th post by giving away a dressing table. Come take a peek.
I found it VERY useful! Thank you for taking the time to put it all together and share!
I am so glad that you commented on my blog. It gave me a chance to visit wonderful place in blogger land. Your blog is lovely and the color scheme is really refreshing.Thank you for your encouraging words regarding dating. I am certain that I am doing what is best for my daughter and it's good to know that their are still parents out there who, like me, have a standard of purity until marriage.I had some green tomato from my garden and I used them to make fried green tomato. I will be posting a tutorial with pictures for my works for me wednesday post tomorrow at www.thewifeathome.blogspot.com
I make a pie pout of them. Nobody can tell its made of tomatoes because the taste and texture end up exactly like apples!
I made green tomato pickles several days ago - www.larksongknits.com.i'm always looking for more ways to use up those green tomatoes, so thank you! this year, my hubby hung the plants upside down in the carpark and wouldn't you know it - a bunch are turning read. i'm so pleased to still have red tomatoes at the end of october!