Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Greenhouse Tomatoes and a Kick in the Butt

Tomatoes are growing in my greenhouse.

Lots of tomatoes. More than you can see in this photo taken on 5/26/08.

And the other day I found these. Every plant has produced little green tomatoes. Oh the greenhouse gods are smiling, and so am I.

It seems that I'd better get back to cooking and posting. Someone actually emailed me today to ask if they could purchase my blog because obviously I'd lost interest and wasn't using it anymore. As if. It did wake me up enough to realize that I've got to get my sorry butt back in the kitchen if I'm going to keep this blog alive. Just so you know that I haven't been a total sloth, check out all the pretty flowers on the garden blog.





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13 comments:

Peter M said...

Christine, thanks for the update, be well and I'll be waiting.

Kalyn said...

Hooray for tomatoes! And not to nag, but yes, we would like to hear from you a bit more often.

Jann said...

Look at those! How lucky can you be!! There is nothing better than a fresh tomato tossed into a green salad....I am so jealous!

Christine said...

Hi Peter,
I'm working on drafts right now.

Thank you Kalyn, I'm figuring out a schedule so I can do my day job, work in my home office, get the gardening done, cook and post. I don't know how you do this day in and day out - I'm exhausted just thinking about it.

Hello there Jann,
The true test of this experiment will be when the tomatoes actually ripen and don't taste like cardboard. I'm hopeful...

Anonymous said...

Nice to see you back again and we wait with baited breath for the next recipe....when of course you feel like it.
Anne

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

That would be a dream for me!!
Having you here is so nice.

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Christine said...

Thank you Anne. You're so sweet to say so.

I appreciate you too, Tanna.

Erin @ The Skinny Gourmet said...

First of all, hooray for tomatoes. I have some little plants working in pots on my fire escape (the joys of urban gardening) and its the first time I have tried a food product, rather than just herbs, on my little urban garden fire escape. Fingers crossed I have the bounty you got!

And purchase your blog. ha! Glad you'll be back at 'em

Christine said...

Good luck with those tomatoes, Erin. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for you.

sher said...

Marvelous. You're so lucky to have that grrenhouse!

Sven said...

Good Job! :)

Christine said...

Sadly, I didn't respond to Sher's comment in time for her to see it.

Thank you Sven. I'm happy you stopped by.