Welcome Fuat Gencal and Patricia, and thanks for following my blog!
Besides the few cherry tomatoes that Heidi ended up with, here is what we harvested this week.
We picked our first (and second) Margherita hybrid tomato this week, and though it wasn't the BEST tasting tomato I've ever had, it was definitely the best tasting I've had in a WHILE! We were going to put it on a salad, and I talked my husband out of the salad, and we ate the whole thing with a little bit of salt. It could have had another day or so on the vine, but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be my favorite for eating. I'm hoping to make sauce out of these later.
We also harvested the first anaheim pepper, but we haven't eaten it or used it in anything yet, so I'll have to remember to document how it tastes later!
Not a lot of garden news. I do have some more ripening romas, and one of my Green Zebras is turning yellow. I've got an eggplant out there the size of a grape tomato, and still no broccoli. Not a lot else is going on. We had a bit of cooler weather that was a nice break from the upper 90s, but we're headed back that direction again! Makes me wonder when I'll ever get some more fruit to set on my tomatoes, because they don't seem to set when it's that hot outside.
Be sure to check out what other people are harvesting at Daphne's Dandelions!