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October 06, 2010


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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Wow -- I had no idea that you could tell by the sheen whether a tomato will ripen. Great to know as gifts from gardening friends are starting to arrive on my doorstep. I do love tomato chutney and serve it at Thanksgiving instead of cranberry sauce.

A. F.

I agree with Lydia, the information about how to tell if it will ripen is informative! Our last tomato plant won't ripen any more and so I am picking them and making fried tomatoes and will try this recipe! Yum!


Hmmm....very interesting. I'm with Lydia and never knew the glossy vs. matte distinction in tomatoes.I've always been lazy with my less than perfectly ripened tomatoes at end of season, but not anymore. You have inspired me to try both a chutney and fried greens. Thx - S

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