was this tomato.
I ate it immediately.
That is pretty. I have always envied your green thumb. 🙂
Beatifull tomato!! Was it tasty?
Our tomatoes did good this year until our really hot spell. They have slowed down alot. They were good though. We had lots of BLT’s this summer
Sorry, off topic~~I do hope you guys got my card a while back about Nunu. You were the greatest parents to her. And in each and every photo, she just looked totally happy. Now that is a great testament to you both.
At least yours name it into the house. I’ve got one cherry tomato plant that I end up eating them before getting inside.
At least you got to eat it. Usually either squirrels, rabbits, birds or rats get mine. At least I’m keeping the wildlife well fed.
And it was Beautiful! And I am jealous!
uh..what happened..any how..nothing, but nothing tastes better than home grown tomatoes..green with envy.
I am guessing that it was mighty tasty!
That sounds about right. 🙂
Grow some pole beans. I often found myself just standing by the plants, grazing this summer.
Here in the land of tomatoes (Sacramento) we had disappointing garden harvests. The less than broiling summer apparently equals less than stellar tomatoes here. Who knew?
Hmmm… what is that thing? It doesn’t look at all like the waxy, pale “tomatoes” I get at Vons or Albertsons.
Just the sight of it is making me drool. lol
Yay!!! Looks Good:)
dya remember that movie with the brat pack…and demi moore..with mare winningham moving into an apt for the first time. Her character says, “I made a peanut butter sandwich and it was the best peanut butter sandwich I have ever had”? That reminds me of your tomato.
What a beautiful tomato! It looks so yummy. I would have eaten it right away too 🙂
Yum…and it doesn’t have all those nasty looking, crusty, wrinkle lines tomatoes get when they don’t get watered evenly 🙂
I’m not much into tomatoes, but that looks delicious! And evidently, if Jack is to be believed, it’s a potent symbol of hope; I can’t help smiling when I see them because of that!
Looks like the tomato Jack found in the ruins of Sun’s garden! 🙂
Yay! Beautiful tomato! I love your gardening posts.
Nothing better than a tomato fresh from your own garden.
Congratulations! I had my first “garden” (only one tomato plant) and was overjoyed at my first harvest. 🙂
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I was never a big tomato fan — I like anything made FROM tomatoes–but not the tomato itself. It’s like, a fruit that never quite finished gestating….
However, they are very pretty, and that one is particularly robust looking. Very nice. I’d put that on my kitchen windowsill to make it look like I actually like them…
That looks like the most amazing tomato EVER. Oh my gosh I’m jealous.
You inspired me with a past post to try growing tomatoes this year. They did great until the grounds crew powerwashed the building exterior, and the tomato plants, before laying the pots down sideways in the grass. We had 10 good tomatoes out of 11 plants for the season. Maybe next year…?
What a perfect looking tomato! Hope it was delicious!
Gargeous tomater! I have issues saving my spoils as well. They are much better kept in my tummy.
There’s nothing like the taste of a ripe tomato fresh off the vine. Especially when you grew it yourself! Nice work. 🙂
I like tomato too!;-)
Now you just need some bread, lettuce, mayo, salt and pepper, and you’ll have a tasty sandwich. Did you ever find success with your Aerogarden or did you give up on it? I finally gave mine away.
Tomatoes are sooo good when you can just pick ’em and eat ’em. It is getting colder here on the east coast so no more for me.. ;(
I hear with a little ranch they taste just like chicken.
I would’ve eaten it immediately too, it looks delicious. I wonder if you kept your aero-garden (whatever it was called, the counter top garden) for herbs and such too.
Just wanted to know if you will be watching Daniel Dae Kim on Hawaii-five-0 tonight. I’ve been pumped to watch! Maybe we can get a guest appearance from you?!?!?!?!
You should try to find Garrison Keillor (on Prairie Home Companion) talk about the succulence of fresh-picked tomatoes! There was a poem someone read on his show, too (Prairie Home Companion) a few years ago, can’t remember who…he makes them sound downright sensuous! 🙂
Yay, tomato! Any pumpkins coming? Halloween is less than two months away. I know things are different this year, but your blog last year was loads of fun and you are one of the bloggers I look forward to reading during the transition from fall to winter.
Its a very nice regular looking tomato rather then the mutants most of my friends grow.
Now that’s a perfect looking tomato!!! How did it taste?
Our tomato crop is almost done. Frost will be getting whatever’s left pretty soon. We plant four plants out in the flower bed next to the side of the house where we can keep an eye on them and away from the dog who has a habit of pulling them right off the vine and eating them.
Nothing in the world tastes better than a home-grown, ripe tomato right off the vine. Best thing ever. I swear, in the summer, I could live off of ripe tomato sandwiches.
In the past I’ve been able to harvest tomatoes in late July. We’ve eaten approximately 1, due to the very very short summer we had here in Seattle.
Nice job on your crop.
A perfect tomato and it looks scrumptious~
We had 4 cherry tomato plants…..any time we’re out doing yard work we’d just grab a handfull and chow….people got VERY sick of our tomato basil salads this year. Any BBQ we went to, thats what we brought. I wish it were still summer! : (
I love tomatoes! I made homemade tomato soup a few nights ago and it was awesome.
Isn’t it just the best feeling to step outside and eat what YOU grew. Using no chemicals, they taste so meaty and hugely different than store bought. We had a very late harvest too though….just got red ones some four weeks ago…and squash is very bad because of our cooler summer in OR. Thanks for sharing! Keep Smiling….
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. . . and I bet it tasted heavenly! With all my friends and relatives with green thumbs, I didn’t get a single, stinkin’ tomato! *sigh*
wow dude… I didn’t know hollywood actors had personal blogs! I’m gonna watch this blog 😀 … it would be an honour if you’d check my blog too…
Wow, yours looks like a real tomato! My tomato plants all produce green ‘pumpkins’, and won’t stop producing…we’ll probably have an unsual Halloween if we can’t get someone to take them off our hands *G*
Oh! You ate it immediately.
Eating tomato is equal to having best medicine.
What an exquisite looking tomato!
Fantastic! What variety is it?
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