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August 22, 2007


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My favorites...now what is your favorite wine to pair with them? In their fresh state, uncooked?

Hey Lenn:

There is nothing better than being able to eat food / drink wine sourced from where one lives! It's amazing how far away food comes for most of us. Nice photo!

Beautiful site and I love your photo of the tomatoes. Please visit mine, which is mainly about food. Thank you. Sonja

love the heirlooms, though I was a bit disturbed to go to our grocery store recently and see that Emeril has his own line of heirloom tomatoes. I mean, we're all used to Chiquita labels on bananas, and Dole labels on pineapples. But heirloom tomatoes are sacred and need a brand-name like I need a hole in my head...

Great shot Lenn! I juuussst uploaded a roundup post on swirlingnotions of great slow-roasted tomato recipes. Check it out if you need something to do with those beauties (I also freeze slow-roasted tomatoes and enjoy them all winter!).


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