Just pictures: Fresh tomatoes




Tomatoes freshly grown from my garden become a yummy spicy relish :)

Husband and son loved this recipe and were full of compliments. 





Comments

  1. Looks delicious, worth saving the recipe for when I hopefully will have an abundance of tomatoes later on in the year.

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    1. I can't wait to taste it with some roast lamb :))

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  2. What perfectly GORGEOUS photos -- I sure wish it was tomato time here in the US :) The relish recipe looks great as well.

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    1. We have had quite a wet summer (not complaining as the rain is much needed) but my tomatoes haven't done quite as well as a result - but I have had enough to make this and use in cooking all summer. I feel very blessed. I do love the taste of fresh tomatoes.

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  3. Hope your relish is as good as mine ;)
    love,
    Bets

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    1. I think mine is pretty good - quite spicy though to make the men in my family happy.

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  4. There is nothing like a fresh tomato! And your pictures are marvelous! :)

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    1. The tiny ones were so intense with favour, I was eating them as I was picking them !!! Better than lollies:)

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  5. Wow, yum!! The photos are lovely and the relish sounds delicious!! I love making relishes and pickles and such - I hope we get enough harvest for me to make some from garden produce one of these years! Unfortunately usually our harvest dribbles in and has to be eaten as we go, otherwise it goes bad. But on the other hand, home-grown tomatoes are delicious eaten fresh in a salad or sandwich!

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    1. I have just come to the end of my tomatoes - a wonderful crop that lasted 2.5 months. I do prefer home grown tomatoes, they taste so yummy and have the best smell :))

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