We’ve been going tomatoes in our garden. A few weeks ago we were showing them to the family and someone mentioned that we had a lot of tomato plants. We only have 75, that’s not too many. Heather has been harvesting daily and we’re getting 2-4 pounds a day. She’s also cooking and preserving them. I never knew there were so many different ways to cook a tomato. If you visit our home, you’re going home with tomatoes … seriously, no one leaves without a bag of tomatoes. And here is everything else I know about the humble tomato:
Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad. Philosophy asks if a Bloody Mary counts as a fruit smoothie …
Actually I know a local tomato and vegetable farmer who’s business has gone into liquidation. He’s making smoothies now.
I rubbed some tomato ketchup in my eyes – in Heinz sight it wasn’t a good idea.
I was out in the tomato garden looking for caterpillar tracks. That’s when I got run over by a tank.
Did you hear about the tomato who was speeding on a motorcycle? He was trying to ketchup with the rest of the gang.
I still think the best smelling tomato is A Roma.
You can fix a broken tomato with tomato paste.
A tomato’s favorite dance is the Salsa!
Why did the tomato turn red? It saw the salad dressing.
I had a tomato working for me once, but he was doing such a bad job that I had to can him.
My wife told me to put ketchup on the grocery list – now I can’t read anything on the list.
I’ve been reading about competitive tomato gardening – a sport with really high stakes.
Sad news, the inventor if cell phone autocorrect died. The funnel will be held tomato.