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Old 09-26-2008, 09:49 AM   #16  
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I will be having tomatoes & green pepper in my morning eggwhite omelet, with southwest chipolte mrs. dash sodium seasoning, yum!

I Also have been eating plenty of tomatoe sandwiches on 7 grain toast and a bit of miracle whip lite, Its basically a T sandwich, since I do not need the BL, (bacon or lettuce of a normal BLT.) I find this just as yummy!

Cherry tomatoes are like candy to me these days, 'specially the sungold variety (orange)

Did I mention, I lurve my tomatoes!
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Old 09-26-2008, 03:44 PM   #17  
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Oh yes! Nigella Lawson refers to them as Moon Blushed tomatoes since her recipe for them is to put in a really hot oven, then turn off the oven and leave them overnight. Yum!
Are they put in whole or sliced? No pepper or anything?

I only eat them from my garden, too. The grocery store ones taste as yummy as the cardboard in which they are packed.

We can a lot of ours. Our shelves are full of jars of tomatoes. We freeze them, too. They we have our tomatoes all year round for sauces and such.

boobalah makes an awesome tomato and onion tart. I know, I know, puff pastry is evil. If you kinda peel the maters and onions off, you don't get much of the pastry.
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Are they put in whole or sliced? No pepper or anything?
This is how I make them, Preheat your oven to 500F. Then take cherry tomatoes (a pint or two) and slice them in half (you could chop up big tomatoes too.) Put them cut side up in the pan. I drizzle the tiniest amount of olive oil on them, then sprinkle with salt, pepper, and a little thyme. Then put them in the oven, turn it off and forget about them till morning.

They end up being so incredibly sweet and they are great in almost anything!
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Thank you. I hate cherry and grape tomatoes. I'll just cut up one of my big ones. How do you store them? I've got to try that tonight.
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Thank you Zenor! I am trying that tonight!

I have tomatoes coming at me from every direction, still!

This was last week's haul and today I picked 3 times that many!

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Thank you. I hate cherry and grape tomatoes. I'll just cut up one of my big ones. How do you store them? I've got to try that tonight.
I put them in a baggie in the fridge and apply them liberally to sandwiches and salads.
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