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Old August 21, 2018   #1
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Default I have to admit I have always been jealous...

Of you folks from warmer, longer season climates posting pictures of tables full of ripe tomatoes. I have never had that many at one time, until this year. I'm in.
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Old August 21, 2018   #2
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Now you're talking, congrats! What a view.
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Woo hoo! What are you planning with them, keeping for fresh eating or canning/drying?

What is the name of the lovely pale yellow variety?
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beautiful. congratulations.
what is the black one? and are the pinks Brandyboy's? and I am curious about the pale yellow also... they are wonderful looking.
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Awesome, beautiful harvest good for you !!
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Congrats Good for you!
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Old August 21, 2018   #7
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Thanks for the kudos. I am at this moment preparing tomato juice and salsa for canning. That will fill my remaining empty jars and some new ones I purchased.

When I posted, i was afraid people would ask what was that particular tomato, and i did not label as i went along picking. It was raining and i was picking many different varieties. Since i grew only one yellow, I can identify it as the very wonderful TCJones I have been growing for years. As you can see, it is uber productive and so sweet, without any hint of blandness some yellows have. I am not sure, but the pink variety that you refer as Brandy Boys are probably Brandyberry Pink which has been outstanding the 2 years I have grown it. The black is probably Black Krim. The yellow with greenish stripes at the top left is Pork Chop.
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Thanks. I think I will have to try Pork Chops (what a name, yummy... - NOT!) in the future. Looks so delicious and fresh.
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Congrats on the harvest!!!! They'll taste good when there's snow on the ground.
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Awesome! Enjoy!
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So happy for you, Nancy! Enjoy your bountiful harvest!

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Great looking table.....
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What a magnificent haul you have there. It also is an awesome picture. You should frame it and hang it on your wall.
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Abudanza! Congrats on some great looking 'maters!
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This photo should be in a gardening magazine. Lucky you!
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