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Old 09-26-2014, 08:53 AM   #21
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DH is still out of town. I had a tuna melt with sourdough, Havarti and fresh garden tomatoes.
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Old 09-26-2014, 10:25 AM   #22
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The plan right now is for steak...
.....and steak it was. We also had some reheated roasted potato chunks from earlier in the week, and more tomatoes from the garden.

I love tomatoes, but it seems like they are now all ripening at once, so we're a little overwhelmed at the moment. It's funny how I always crave that first vine-ripened tomato of the year, but come about September I'm kind of tomatoed out.
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.....and steak it was. We also had some reheated roasted potato chunks from earlier in the week, and more tomatoes from the garden.

I love tomatoes, but it seems like they are now all ripening at once, so we're a little overwhelmed at the moment. It's funny how I always crave that first vine-ripened tomato of the year, but come about September I'm kind of tomatoed out.
Me, too, so I roast, peel and freeze some in 2-cup portions for later. During the winter, I'll use them sometimes for a recipe that calls for a 15-oz. can of diced tomatoes. It's so nice to have that fresh tomato flavor over the winter.
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Tomatoed out here too. Mine get roasted and frozen as well.
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For all you guys who are tomatoed out...you might want to give this a try as a side dish. We love it.

****Four Star Veggi/Bacon Side Dish
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For all you guys who are tomatoed out...you might want to give this a try as a side dish. We love it.

****Four Star Veggi/Bacon Side Dish

Great idea, thanks Kayelle!
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