Friday, August 07, 2009

SWF with a Side of Tomatoes

Sky Watch Reflection
Pollen on pond. Allergies!
NO one is sneeze free!

Lots of tomatoes
(Not mine, farmer's market grown)
Must freeze them...now what???

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xoabb
expecting my mom to come through with her marinara-type sauce -
you know, the one with the peppers & onions that is so so good!


Do join us!

(both photos taken yesterday -
can you believe the pollen on our pond??)

19 comments:

  1. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, homemade sauce? divine

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  2. Those maters look yummy-I am freezing some of mine today.

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  3. Oh, my word. Homemade sauce? Send me the recipe! We've got tomatoes coming out our gourds here.

    Sort of.

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  4. I see a whole pot pf SALSA .. lovely to have with a side of chips cheese and wine or an Original Sin ...

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  5. Yummy! Your skywatch link didn't work when I clicked on it at the site.

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  6. Where are those bubbler thingies on the pond? And I'll be by for some salsa. And a sip of something nice;)

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  7. I"m on my way, leaving now. Save me some chips, salsa and wine.

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  8. Those tomatoes are beautiful.

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  9. Cool reflection shot & I'll take a dozen tomatoes! hehehe

    Happy SWF

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  10. Wow! That is a lot of pollen. My eyes itch just looking at it.

    And once again, another photo that makes me wish I didn't abhor tomatoes as much as I do. That's really a beautiful picture. So vibrant.

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  11. I love tomatos. My sauce is slowly simmering right now.

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  12. Love the pond covered in pollen......I envision sneezing fishies!

    The maters......blackbean and corn salsa!

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  13. Great shot of the pond! like the reflections... fun with the side of tomatoes!
    ~Maria

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  14. The pollen on the pond looks like a fractal doing free float! Ah choo! The tomatoes are gorgeous - How many BLT's can a person eat?

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  15. Acid free tomatoes, not sure whether that effects home made sauce or not. I always used ordinary tomatoes when making my tomato sauce.
    Pity about pollen everywhere it does effect so many people now days, our noses have become sensitive.

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  16. Well,the pollen on the pond might be nasty but it sure makes for a good photo op! As for those tomatoes? Salsa or spaghetti sauce I think!

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  17. That's a LOT of pollen! I'm not allergic to that kind usually. I have the BEST marinara recipe that I make and freeze. I wonder if I should go buy some tomatoes? (Last year I was making it the day before Thanksgiving because that's when the big batch of them were finally ripe.)

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