My favorite as well 🙂
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That tomato looks too good, missing home grown tomatoes. You could have invited me over
That is a huge tomato!
Needs bacon & lettuce and avocado, and maybe a bit of turkey. That is one beautiful tomato. Nothing like fresh from your own garden!
There is nothing like a BLT, but since this was my last one I just wanted to really enjoy it all by itself. 🙂
Lol, you got me good! My first thought when I read your title was “where is Judy going?”.. that looks delicious! You held on for a long time!
That was funny. I have been savoring every last tomato and that one was delicious. Those things they will sell in the grocery stores all winter just don’t meet the taste test. 🙂
Parting is such sweet sorrow.
You are not kidding when it comes to the last tomato of the season. 🙂
I recognize all the hard work you do for so many months to bring fresh food to your table and I think it is all worth it. My store tomatoes are tasteless and I pay over $4 for 18 “supposedly” cage free eggs. I never really know if they ARE cage free though!
Your sandwich looks scrumptious! We just finished off our last cherry tomatoes this week. What a great year for love apples!!!
I’m seriously jealous.
oh YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM 🙂
Oh, wot a luverly tommy-arto !!!!
That last tomato looks so good! Sure wish we had some red tomatoes around here. I can go to Mothers and get heirlooms BUT one tomato cost me almost $5 the other day! It really wasn’t worth it!
Not much better than a tomato sandwich! 🙂
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