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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

E for ABC Wednesday


ABC Wednesday, Round 5, offers E for this week's prompt! Thank you!









I read of all the exotic places photographed and posted on ABC Wednesday and yearn for travel edgy with adventure.


Egads! My reality shows that today's excitement comes from homespun fun and a sun-warmed tomato. Two months or 60 days have elapsed since my top down tomatoes were first exposed and here are the UN-embellished results -


The first two yellow pear toms I ate were exquisite.


I'm confined to home now as I expect the next ripenings!




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21 comments:

James said...

I love good tomatoes. These look great!

Hildred and Charles said...

I'm picking tomatoes these days too, and we have had a glut of tomato and cucumber sandwiches. These look very unusual and tempting.

Jeeves said...

These tomatoes look yumm

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

They look appetizing and edible too. A

Grace and Bradley said...

I remember well your top down tomatoes. Amazing, you can eat them now.

anthonynorth said...

Oh, freshly grown tomatoes - beautiful.

jay said...

Yellow Pear tomatoes! Now those do look exciting! Never heard of them, but now I want some!

Reader Wil said...

Really exotic! Early tomatoes are exquisite! Thanks for the visit.

lv2scpbk said...

Love fresh tomatoes on bread with mayo and lots of pepper. Yum.

Squirrel said...

Looks yummy. Mine are still green.

Q said...

Wonderful E's!
Your toms do look yummy. The Yellow Warblers, deer and the squirrels are eating mine...
It is exciting when dinner comes from the backyard!
I will look into growing some like yours next year.
Sherry

April said...

Love all your "E" words. The tomatoes look fabulous. I so enjoy the taste of home grown tomatoes!!

Janet Jarrell said...

I remember the post about the upside down hanging tomatoes - I still stuck mine in the garden. Orange, red even yellow tomatoes - the best thing about the end of August. Last year I had the yellow pear shaped ones, they are fun!

Janie said...

Your tomatoes look great and should provide for some exciting eating, even if they're not exotic.

shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

lOVE the tomoatoes..

we grew cheerie tomatoes this time...they are yet to fully ripe...

photowannabe said...

Exquisite top down tomatoes and a great post for the letter E.

Andy Sewina said...

Dead good, I grew some tomatoes for the first time this year too. When I ate my first one it was delicious!

Linda Jacobs said...

Love all the E words you used!

And those tomatoes? I can almost taste them!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

You've got to LOVE tomatoes straight from the vine. Excellent taste.

Dragonstar said...

There is absolutely nothing as full of flavour as a sun-ripened, home-grown tomato, picked and eaten at the pinacle of ripeness. Exquisite!
Thanks for the visit.

Michelle Johnson said...

Your tomatoes are looking delicious. I bet you've been enjoying there ripeness for some time now, haven't you?