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Updated: 2015-05-18T15:13:16.300+08:00

 



Hi Maja! I kept mine in the fridge for a couple o...

2009-06-30T22:38:09.456+08:00

Hi Maja! I kept mine in the fridge for a couple of weeks.



The pickled green tomatoes sounds good. How long d...

2009-06-29T20:37:13.992+08:00

The pickled green tomatoes sounds good. How long does it last like that?



WOW love the recipes. We tried them all!!!!!!!

2009-03-31T20:29:00.000+08:00

WOW love the recipes. We tried them all!!!!!!!



OMG! thanks maricel for the warning! i looked up s...

2008-05-19T23:41:00.000+08:00

OMG! thanks maricel for the warning! i looked up stuff about botulism and i was soooo surprised how serious it is and how easily we can get it with carelessness. what i found was exactly what i was doing -- i.e. storing minced garlic in oil.



Thanks Rainbowbrown! :)

2008-05-13T19:18:00.000+08:00

Thanks Rainbowbrown! :)



Ooh, yum. Really.

2008-05-13T14:06:00.000+08:00

Ooh, yum. Really.



Thank you Suzana! I hope you like them! :)Hi Hele...

2008-05-08T21:13:00.000+08:00

Thank you Suzana! I hope you like them! :)

Hi Helene! Hoping you enjoy your tomatoes soon :)

Thanks Veron! And I enjoyed them all too ;)

Hi Mike! Super pampagana! And these are our small native kamatis, not those big salad type tomatoes they sell at the supermarkets. If fact, you can make our regular ensalada of onion, tomato, and itlog na maalat substituting the regular tomatoes with these pickled ones...gives it a great kick! :)



Wow! I love them all! I can imagine how the pickle...

2008-05-08T15:45:00.000+08:00

Wow! I love them all! I can imagine how the pickled tomatoes taste like . . . It is indeed a very good 'pampagana' especially with tuyo and itlog na maalat!



Looks fantastic , joey! You've done a great job wi...

2008-05-07T22:43:00.000+08:00

Looks fantastic , joey! You've done a great job with all of them.



Tomatoes here are just a few days away from being ...

2008-05-07T08:09:00.000+08:00

Tomatoes here are just a few days away from being scrumptious so I am really glad you posted these recipes! Wonderful!



Brilliant post, lovely writting! And great recipes...

2008-05-07T05:40:00.000+08:00

Brilliant post, lovely writting! And great recipes - already bookmarked for the tomato season around here. :-)



Hi Minana! I got this notice from a friend to hel...

2008-05-06T23:33:00.000+08:00

Hi Minana! I got this notice from a friend to help use up a harvest that was more than market demand...so far no word yet of another one, but please email me (my addy is on the sidebar) so I can get in touch with you if I hear anything! :)

Hi Lina! The roasted ones were fantastic! By far my favorite :)

Thanks Dhanggit! I've used them in so many things already...I love them!

Hi Ximena! I'd love to see what you would do :) I'm sure it'll be delicious!



mm, that sounds really fun. I can´t wait to have o...

2008-05-06T22:24:00.000+08:00

mm, that sounds really fun. I can´t wait to have our own overflowing tomato stands and begin to play.



like manggy, the roasted tomatoes are my favorite ...

2008-05-06T17:34:00.000+08:00

like manggy, the roasted tomatoes are my favorite too!! perfect for any cold salad or pasta!! yummmy!! lovely photos as usual!!



wonderful tomato recipes you got there! I love roa...

2008-05-06T12:52:00.000+08:00

wonderful tomato recipes you got there! I love roasted tomatoes!



That's all nice and cool. But I wish you could sha...

2008-05-06T10:37:00.000+08:00

That's all nice and cool. But I wish you could share how you procured these for yourself (who, how, when?) so others like us may get some too.



Hi Manggy! After roasting these tomatoes I realiz...

2008-05-06T10:34:00.000+08:00

Hi Manggy! After roasting these tomatoes I realized I could have done it to all 10 kilos…hahaha :) Baby steps my friend…although when it comes to the land I think we may have to do more than cross our fingers…sigh. But these guys are a good sign…this one uses local labor at fair wages :)

Hi Kosenrufu mama! I hope you enjoy it :)

Hi Rosa! They are…our local tomatoes are perfect for these recipes I think :) What are the Swiss tomatoes like?

Thanks for the word of advice Maricel! I have heard that as well…but since this goes straight to the fridge, and is consumed not too long after, I think it should be ok. That being said, you can use any herbs or spices instead of the garlic :)

Hi Recipe Girl! I like them too…so tart and a perfect siding with grills :)

Hi Joe! Yes, I store it in the fridge…and not for long :) But you can certainly leave it out and even replace it with other herbs and spices :) I think rosemary would also be nice…

Nens! I owe this all to you for giving me the heads up! :) Let me know when there is a next batch!

Hi Helen! Eating seasonal is not something I was born doing – for lack of seasons (we only have two and sometimes they can get wacky on me!)! Heehee :) But it is, along with discovering local purveyors, something I have grown to respect and really love doing :)

Hi Pat! Sure thing! :) And I’ll take a couple of cookies!

Hi Oggi! That sounds lovely! Now I am on the hunt for the fresh meats…

Hi Laurie! Thank you! And thanks for hosting this round of WHB!

Hi Susan! Hope you like it :) It’s quite a pared down recipe…you can still add different flavors and nuances to the solution. I’m looking forward to experimenting!

Hi Kalyn! Your mother was right! Fried green tomatoes are what I have yet to try!

Thanks Holler! :)

Hi Cate! It’s a good starter recipe…I like it because it’s very basic and you can add different spices to make it suit different types of food :)



Mmm, haven't had tomato chutney in ages; Donna Hay...

2008-05-06T09:22:00.000+08:00

Mmm, haven't had tomato chutney in ages; Donna Hay's looks delicious.



Gorgeous! I can just taste those roast tomatoes, y...

2008-05-06T06:17:00.000+08:00

Gorgeous! I can just taste those roast tomatoes, yum :)



I love slow roasted tomatoes, and I've had fried g...

2008-05-06T04:58:00.000+08:00

I love slow roasted tomatoes, and I've had fried green tomatoes, but haven't tried the pickled green tomatoes. Having too many tomatoes is what my mother used to call "a good problem to have!"



I had pickled green tomatoes once in South Carolin...

2008-05-06T03:11:00.000+08:00

I had pickled green tomatoes once in South Carolina but never found a recipe I liked for them. Thanks, Joey,now I have a recipe I can trust. :)



What a wonderful trio of dishes! I don't think I c...

2008-05-06T02:21:00.000+08:00

What a wonderful trio of dishes! I don't think I could pick between them - they all sound terrific. Showing us how to extend a local crop by preserving is much appreciated.



Recently I have been waking up really early on Sat...

2008-05-06T01:06:00.000+08:00

Recently I have been waking up really early on Saturdays to visit our local farmer's market...it's worth all the trouble and higher cost because I get the freshest eggs (1 day old) and meats. I have to wait another month for produce though.
I'll come back to this post for the pickled green tomatoes, sounds yummy!:)



Oh, I'll have a jar of each, sweetie, please. ;)

2008-05-06T00:26:00.000+08:00

Oh, I'll have a jar of each, sweetie, please. ;)



It is so nice to find the blog of someone who obvi...

2008-05-06T00:07:00.000+08:00

It is so nice to find the blog of someone who obviously feels the same way about food as I do - seasonal and local and organic where possible. YES! Support those local farmers!