Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Tomatoes DOWN!

 If you have no clue, why these little green tomatoes are here, click on Bucket Garden on the labels/sidebar

 some of you followed the bucket garden through thick and thin, without complaints at all the photos. The Bushes are in the trash pile, new seeds are in the buckets, and all these green tomatoes are what is left, except for 5 big red ones in my window sill.

A heart can be broken, but it will keep beating just the same.I found out what the secret to life is: friends. Best friends. (blogger friends included)
quotes from Ninny in Fried Green Tomatoes



 Fried Green Tomatoes Fried and Snapped by the Steel Magnolia, AKA MadSnapper

15 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

Looks like the first tomato crop was good to the last one. Those fried green tomatoes are making my mouth water.

Regina said...

Those tomatoes look yummy..with a little parmesan cheese..even zucchini would be good too. I grew a yellow type long ago and some with red inside. Nice little bunch!
Sandra, I got started late and lost my seedlings!! I generally put the leftover seeds in a ziplock for later in the fridge. I looked everywhere!! I wonder, is it my garden or me that is to be pitied?
I just love your header!!

Dianna said...

Confession: I've never eaten fried green tomatoes. But your picture makes them look yummy!

Snapper II said...

How you do dat. My maters ain't that big yet.
Great post, I love mater sandwhiches.

Chatty Crone said...

Hey - what time is dinner? That looks so good! I loved watching y our tomato plants grow - my garden through you.

Remington said...

We have never tried that....I think we will! Thanks!

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

they look so delicious, and sweet.

now i'm hungry!

betty xx

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

There is not much food that is better than fried green tomatoes...

Scott said...

Saw the movie, don't believe I've ever eaten fried green tomatoes, but they really don't look that bad.

Ginny said...

The first picture I love, they look so pretty and sunny. And I love the frying pan shot!!! They look both yellow and green.

Ann said...

a tomatoes circle of life :) Ya know I have never had fried green tomatoes.

srp said...

The squirrels have thwarted my ultrasonic device and have found my tiny petite tomatoes.... steam is rising from my head.
As for our beaf steak tomatoes... I have some on the vines but they look as if they are afflicted with the black bottom changes that seem so common around here. I hope to get at least one.
I am so steamed at the squirrels right now... I hope they get stomach aches from the tomatoes.

S. Etole said...

Just doing a first planting in this part of the country.

Ann said...

I like red tomatoes. One year, I had so much that half my chest freezer was full of it. Yesterday, I saw in my supermarket, it cost$10 a kg, it is the few veg my son will eat.

Stacey Dawn said...

I've never tried fried green tomatoes - I'll have to sometime!