Monthly Archives: August 2009
I have yet to hear from Territorial Seed Company (TSC) if they had contacted their seed supplier in Italy. In Italy, this is called ‘Cuore Di Bue’ tomato. Please note that this is not the same CDB listed on Seed … Continue reading
This tomato has won the beauty pageant. Plants are healthy and vigorous. Fruits are large (over a pound on average). Flavor is a perfect balance of sweet and tart, and the texture firm. Very good in sandwiches, salads, and sauces.
Please help me on this one. Thanks. The one on the foreground (has more red) is Large Barred Boar. The other two have more green, or am I imagining it? Here’s a link to Wild Boar Farm Varieties. These tomatoes … Continue reading
Current issue of Gourmet Magazine (September 2009) arrived in the mail earlier this week. Page 59 entry is Nectarine Golden Cake. In lieu of nectarines, my version used Mandarin oranges.
A cocido (stew) may include any type of meat on hand, plus garbanzo (chickpeas) beans. To make a really tasty broth, I use either smoked pork hock, leftover ham bones (holiday treat) or smoke-cured bacon (always available). In ages past, … Continue reading