Wednesday, July 25, 2007
My folks came down from Rock Hill to visit this weekend and brought with them a sack of fresh tomatoes from their garden. Memorial Day, end of school, solstice, or what-have-you--those don't mark the beginning of summer. For me it's the first fresh garden-grown tomato. They are great in salads, on sandwiches, and in sauces, but for my money the best way to enjoy is to just slice, sprinkle with a little salt & pepper, and eat. Mmm. Summer.
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