I've heard nothing but good things about these tomatoes; if you can't find the plants but live in an area where planting seeds late is fine because summer lasts until October (home state TX, I'm looking at you), Parks seeds sells them under the name Black from Tula in an heirloom variety seed pack with several other wonderful indeterminate tomatoes.
Black Krim Tomato Plant from Sweet Corn Organic Nursery
|6/10/11 08:54 AM|
Copycat Recipe: Chocolate-Dipped Beer Marshmallows
|2/27/11 11:04 AM|
I know I'm a bit late in reading/posting, but for anyone who knits/crochets (or has a friend who does), it's really easy to make an open weave bag out of strong, thin braided cord or rope, many of which are nylon or cotton and can be washed with your delicates or hand washed/rinsed with vinegar and air dried. As well, with a strong thread of choice, you can run a thicker, equally strong cord through the top edge and have an easy drawstring closure. Alternatively, get crafty and use up the odd plastic grocery bag by cutting a bunch of them into strips, braiding the strips, and crocheting them into a bag with a large gauge needle. It's more work than the cording, of course, but it's something to do with the proliferation of non-biodegradable bags.
Green Kitchens: Meshy HotSACKS Produce Bags
|2/3/11 11:15 AM|
I thought I just plain didn't like blues for the longest time, and then POOF! I entered the marvelous moldy world, and claimed that which was rightfully mine... Berkshire blue. Delicious, buttery, lightly sweet and just salty enough, with a peppery goodness that made me into the lover of blue I am today.
Stand Corrected: Gorgonzola, So Good!
|2/1/11 04:27 PM|
I know I'm a bit late in reading, but I just have to say that this house is divine! I love how sweet and livable it looks.
Barbara & Paul's Classic American Cottage
|1/21/11 10:52 AM|