Carole’s Tomato Pie (Finally!!)

August means the harvest of yummy tomatoes kicks into high gear.  For those who were reading my blog last summer, you know that DH finally asked me to stop making tomato pies for a while as I was making so many of them.  I just couldn't get the recipe the way I wanted it. Paula …

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Saving Tomato Seeds

It's time to save seeds from all those wonderful tomatoes coming out of the garden.  I remember my grandmother's little seed packets that she made herself using paper envelopes and the seeds from her garden.  I remember using them to plant, but I don't remember her drying the seeds in the fall, so I wasn't …

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Working in the Garden in June

Last week I finally got to the garden center to pick up the rest of the veggie plants I wanted.   I got three more tomato plants, one a purple heirloom, a couple of peppers, several herbs and a few more flowers.  The trunk was full. Nothing beats a homegrown tomato topped with fresh picked basil, …

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