Sunday, August 03, 2008

Job Lot

The glossy, usually bright red and spherical, pulpy fruit of a plant of the deadly nightshade family, Lycopersicon esculentum, eaten in salads, as a cooked vegetable, etc. OED

4 comments:

Q said...

It looks like the first year of greenhousing was a success. I particularly like the look of yellow ruffles. How does it taste?

Christina said...

Beautiful. Any favorites?

MissHathorn said...

Yellow ruffles looks better than it tastes I have to say. Tondino is a paste tomato and makes a fine sauce/soup. Green Bell Pepper is for stuffing. They were both free packets which I won't necessarily grow again.
Pineapple is a favourite for sure. Really good, solid and juicy. Olirose, Omar's Lebanese and Golden Queen are all commendable.

Patrick said...

Too bad the yellow ruffles doesn't rank on taste, it looks great. I like Pineapple a lot too. I've never grown any of the others.