There’s a trellis of cherry tomatoes right on the path. We grow cherries because we have such good luck with them. And when we harvest them all in a few weeks, we’ll wash them, drain them and then pop them in plastic bags for the freezer.
That’s it, no other processing, no making sauce when the temps are high.
Then as the cold times roll through here, I’ll pull out handfuls of the green and red fruits. (Yep, we harvest them all and the green ones are as great as the red.)
They are a terrific addition to soups, chili, spaghetti sauce.
But for now, it seems that some of them just go from hand to mouth, hand to mouth.
Sure makes my commute a treat.