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weekend forecast: frost

2011 October 7
by Rachel Turiel

Thank you tomatoes for a long, luscious season.

Have a lovely weekend, friends!



12 Responses leave one →
  1. Emily permalink
    October 7, 2011

    it’s like a Andy Goldsworthy piece! …uh, the tomatoes, not your socks… just to be clear. ;>)

  2. October 7, 2011

    A mandala, no? Nothing is permanent… but your spaghetti sauce should still last the winter!
    I love the socks!

  3. Ellen permalink
    October 7, 2011

    Fried green tomatoes are delicious.

  4. October 7, 2011

    ahhhh! that is soooooo pretty!!!!! (including the socks. and leg hair.)

    i’ve been checking the forecast too… we’re gonna be all the way down in the 50s at night. ;) sorry, but it is raining a lot here on the coast, if that makes you feel any better.

  5. coleen permalink
    October 7, 2011

    Love your socks!!!

  6. October 7, 2011

    Great picture!

    Our entire harvest of tomatoes (planted way too late) was still green when the first frost hit unexpectedly up here. They’ve been spread out on all of the window sills for the last few weeks and are actually ripening up quite nicely! Every few days I make a soup or pop some in the freezer as they ripen.

  7. October 7, 2011

    I love your display!

  8. October 8, 2011

    Awesome picture. Cozy socks and sauce for the winter…sounds like you are ready for winter. :)

  9. Milla permalink
    October 9, 2011

    Ooooh! I wish our tomatoes were in this lovely a state… Thank goodness for friends in high places, or rather, places where they know how to grow the perfect, giant tomato in improbable conditions. Happy canning!

  10. October 10, 2011

    I’m calling this your “tomato half-rainbow.” Thanks for the cheerful picture! Now, where can I get some of those socks?

  11. October 21, 2011

    wow! now that’s some good work. love this picture.

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