Saturday, September 30, 2017

Good Eats?



My kitchen island countertop is covered with tomatoes that need processed and frozen for summer fresh eats during wintertime. This one would be best eaten rather than trying to parboil and peel, if I can overcome its grotesque looks.

Almost a Cartoon Fist, Isn't It?
I should not waste good food. Doing so is galling to me.

Any suggestions? Maybe just chop it into salads?

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20 comments:

  1. Before I read the caption, I thought it looked like a fist aimed at the camera!

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    1. Cool, Nick! Great minds think alike. I only saw it after seeing the image on my laptop screen. Be well!

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  2. That would make good salsa with a punch! Go for it! Hugs.

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  3. We get some of those too. Good idea to chop it up into a salad. Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog for the loss of Phoebe. XO

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    1. Thank you. And I'm so sorry about Phoebe's passing. Be well, my dear.

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  4. Put that mater out of its misery....chop it up in a salad!! haha....that is one strange looking tomato.

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    1. Thanks for weighing in, Pam. ~grin~ Be well!

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  5. At a glance, it looks fine. Chopping it open and inspecting its guts would prove most revealing though.

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    1. Actually, it tastes good! LOL Thanks for the comment.

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  6. There's someplace that does "ugly" food. Because we're so accustomed to produce that looks good, the stuff that looks less than ideal can be wasted. So there's a service that uses it somewhere. Obviously, I've forgotten the details.

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    1. Unfortunately I wasted some tomatoes that didn't look quite so weird just because I didn't get to processing them soon enough. At least there weren't too many that spoiled. Thanks for the information.

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  7. Yes, there are some funny looking veges and fruits! It always bring a smile to my face.

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  8. Maybe you can make salsa with it. Or just chop it up and use it in a taco. :)

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  9. OH my, I don't know. Salsa maybe?

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    1. Interestingly, it tasted about the best of my entire crop, just chunked on a plate with a sprinkle of salt. Took several sittings to eat. ~grin~ Thanks for stopping by!

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