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June 16, 2004

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Jennifer

Mmmm. Yellow tomatoes - yummy yummy yum yum yum. I grew some once that were called "Lemon Boys" and while they didn't taste like lemon, they were possibly the most delicious tomatoes I'd ever had.
I too find myself turning towards tomatoes, Alberto -- great minds, hmm? Beautiful salad, by the way.

Alberto

The Lemon Boys sound really appetising. I would have loved to know what variety the ones I had were, just for curiosity, but I have a bit of a fruit-veg variety fetish :-). BTW this might interest you: a new kind of black tomato seems to be the rage in the UK

http://www.rediff.com/news/2004/mar/02shyam.htm

Happy you liked the salad.

johanna

isn't it funny how you sometimes immediately discard some shops when on the lookout for something? this week i had a similar experience with Tesco's - I had been looking for mooli/daikon/white radish at every greengrocer, market, waitrose for a few months now, ended up bringing them from Austria. yesterday i went shopping at said supermarket with a friend: their selection is terrible, not too happy with the quality eiter, the display horrific, but guess what I found - mooli!

daphne

tomatoes in french are also called pomme d'amour or apples of love. I just planted tomato plants and the yellow pear tomato is one of my favourite. Your tomato salad looks a lot like the one I recently posted on my site except I've got green olives (the jumbo greek green olives are my favourite salty contrast to a sweet ripe tomato). Yay for the simplicity of summer vegetables or shall we say fruit but that's a whole different tangent.

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