The time of year has arrived. I finally have a few tomatoes ripening in the garden.
One thing I can see is that even though I feel like my tomatoes are ripening later this year, by the reckoning of the blog, my tomatoes are ripening a few weeks earlier.
Tomatoes ripening means that it is time for tomato tastings. Over the next several weeks I will cover my opinions on the tomatoes in my garden. As before, I invite all the other tomato lovers in the blogosphere to join along on your blog with your own tomato tastings. Feel free to drop a link to your tastings in the comments.
Here is the list of tomatoes I am growing this year:
- Costoluto Genovese
- Isis Candy
- Garden Peach
- God Love
Bloody Butcher(No Fruit)
- Golden Pearl
Drazuba(No Fruit) Vintage Wine(crop failure)
- Ananas Noir
- Mirabelle Blanche
- Tonadose des Conores
- Hungarian Heart
- Paul Robeson
- Rouge D’Irak (yes, that Iraq)
Mexican Honey(Too damn lazy to write up a tasting before the end of the season)
BTW, if you have an opinion about a tomato that differs from mine, please post it. Tomatoes are much like wine. Everybody likes and dislikes things for different reasons. I promise, I will not be offended if you think a tomato I like is just the worst thing you ever tried.
So let the 2007 Hanna’s Tomato Tastings begin. If you are so inclined, you can review Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2006.