Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Fast and Furious

I only planted 2 Matts Wild Cherry tomato plants.  Turns out, all you really need is one.  These are the monsters of my garden.


I took Jane's advise and froze these to use in soups this winter.  Note to self:  Next year, just plant one!

5 comments:

  1. Those MWC really produce! I pick several dozen a day from the plant that I have here. My Little Garden Helper always ate most of mine. But, he is spending most of the summer with his other grandparents in Florida this year. I guess that I should freeze some of mine too. That's a great idea! I also dry these tomatoes...they are as sweet as candy when dried!

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  2. If you really get to many, you can blend them, put them through the strainer (they are full of seeds) and boil down for sauce. They take more time but do make a great sauce.

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  3. I'm so hoping to get a good crop of these this year. The taste is incredible, and you're so right--ONE is enough! Your photo looks positively YUMMY!

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  4. I almost planted a cherry type tomato but never got around to it. Someone mentioned they are great dehydrated and I wanted to try that! Maybe I'll try it next year, with one plant. :)

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  5. Oh I learned to only plant one as well! :o) Laughing with you my dear!

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