Wordless Wednesday

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  1. Doesn’t get much better than heirloom tomatoes. Never had Limmony…looks great though.

    I sure ate a lot of heirloom tomatoes this season: http://thelifeingreen.com/2011/10/11/tomato-eats/

    • Vickie says:

      The Cherokee Purple are most beautiful. I don’t believe I’ve ever had that variety. I would really like to know the story behind the name of the Mortgage Lifter? Very interesting and they all look delicious ;)

  2. I have grown the Cherokee Purple and they are delicious. The other two I have never seen at the nurseries in our area of N FL so I am assuming that they don’t do well here. I have always enjoyed the heirloom varieties and have grown a French heirloom and a German heirloom as well as many others. They are much tastier IMO. I really do enjoy your blog.

    Carolyn

  3. Peggy says:

    Have you tried Homer Fike’s Yellow Oxhearts? They are a delicious, very large yellowish (more like cantaloupe) color and sweet…very little acid. I grew one this year that took two hands to hold, and had to be 2 1/2 – 3 lbs! Fabulous, but finicky once picked, they bruise very easily, but worth the effort! A thick slice between two slices of nice bread, and dinner is served!

  4. Janet says:

    I grew three heirloom varieties this year. Black Krim, German Queen and Mr. Stripy. The German Queen tomatoes were ginormous. Black Krim was intensely sweet. My favorite was Mr. Stripy.

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