Heirloom Tomatoes

Assorted tomatoes on wooden chopping board

If you have never eaten an heirloom tomato, you are missing out on a delectable food. They are more pricey, but drastically better than regular tomatoes. You don’t have to get them all the time, and because of the price I wouldn’t make a sauce with them, but if you like to eat tomatoes raw or drizzled in some olive oil with a few spice, heirloom is the way to go.

They can be an assortment of colors–red, orange, green, yellow. It’s like eating a summertime rainbow. I know that sounds corny, but they are that good, especially if you can get them fresh out of a garden.

Heirloom tomatoes

If you have a garden, consider growing an heirloom variety tomato.


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Maggie Downie
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