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My Cherokee Purple. Let's see yours!

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Re: My Cherokee Purple. Let's see yours!

Post  Megan on 7/24/2010, 7:43 pm

Mine are still green, argh! Very Happy

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Re: My Cherokee Purple. Let's see yours!

Post  1chichi on 7/25/2010, 7:45 am

@bonniesherbals wrote:cream of tomato soup............ yummmy, can you post the recipe and any others that you find that are good
thanks

Sure thing bonniesherbals.
I put it in the Recipe section of the forum.

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Here's my first one!

Post  Megan on 8/13/2010, 8:25 pm

This is the one I picked green to photograph, to ask about radial cracking problems. It ripened up fairly well. There is a big one on the vine that is teasing me, nearly ready! Plus a bunch of greenies. (The mustard seed jar is for size reference, not necessarily a serving suggestion....) The photos really don't capture the purples, it's so pretty.






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Re: My Cherokee Purple. Let's see yours!

Post  Ha-v-v on 8/13/2010, 8:28 pm

Plus a bunch of greenies. (The mustard seed jar is for size reference, not necessarily a serving suggestion....) The photos really don't capture the purples, it's so pretty.
ok is that tiny font smaller than a mustard seed Smile lolololololol I couldnt resist !!!

I love those tomatoes folks I think I have some, I dont know what I have.. they are heirloom gifted to me Smile lolol Im just happy I have maters !!! they are so gorgeous. I will worry about identification as they get ripe and take them to my neighbor that gave them to me.
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Re: My Cherokee Purple. Let's see yours!

Post  1chichi on 8/17/2010, 10:11 pm

[quote="Megan"]This is the one I picked green to photograph, to ask about radial cracking problems. It ripened up fairly well. There is a big one on the vine that is teasing me, nearly ready! Plus a bunch of greenies. (The mustard seed jar is for size reference, not necessarily a serving suggestion....) The photos really don't capture the purples, it's so pretty.

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VERY NICE TOMATO, AND IT'S MEATY LOOKING TOO!

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Re: My Cherokee Purple. Let's see yours!

Post  Megan on 8/17/2010, 10:18 pm

Thank you so much. My big one burst due to too much rain.... the rest are all green, and we're due for 1" to 3" of rain tomorrow, ack!

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