Wednesday, June 27, 2012


17 comments:

Nancy in WI said...

Love this simple picture!

KC Quilter said...

Yu--ummm!

ann hermes said...

I had three ripe cherry tomatoes. They didn't make it to the house.

Sue said...

Oh how I love this picture! EVERYTHING about it :)

Smiles,
Sue

Patchysails said...

Is that from your own garden ??

WoolenSails said...

Those look so good. I never got a chance to get my garden started this year, but I did get some nice large plants to put in, just a few for fun.

Debbie

Jenny M said...

Don't you just love everything about them...their size, their colour and their taste!
Can't wait for our winter to be finished, so I can start growing tomatoes again.

Quilts And Pieces said...

Yum, yum, yum!!! It will be at least 2 more months before we have them here.

Diane said...

oh yum!

deb said...

those look yummy!!! everytime I try to grow them the rats wait til they are almost ripe then the eat them the little B&^)*&ds!!!!

Candace said...

Are there any left?
Cheers!

Dawn said...

A basket of beauty.

Dixie said...

Hope these came from your garden! Mine aren't even close, so I bought some yesterday from the Farmer's Market - a grower from Fresno. This is a very nice little picture!

Dixie said...

Hope these came from your garden! Mine aren't even close, so I bought some yesterday from the Farmer's Market - a grower from Fresno. This is a very nice little picture!

Linnie Quilts said...

Ohhhh...that picture evoked daydreams of fresh buffalo mozzarella balls, torn fresh basil leaves, fragrant extra virgin olive oil, fresh cracked pepper, sea salt and an aged sherry vinegar tossed with those little beauties ... my mouth is absolutely watering!!

Karen said...

First I thought oh! what a lovely photo- I just LOVE it. Then my quilter's heart took over and I thought! OMG- I hope she doesn't get tomato on the quilt....I tried, I really tried to keep that thought away! Now where is the basil and fresh mozzarella??

Quilts And Pieces said...

Double YUM!