Chilebrown at home

Thursday, May 13, 2010


Julia Child the grand dame of cooking, now will be a tomato in my garden. She will be respected, nurtured and coddled. In return she will produce large, deep pink, beefsteak tomatoes with a remarkable flavor. This will be the first time we have grown this variety of tomato. How could I refuse. In a couple of months we will be having Bacon, Lettuce and Julia Child Tomato sandwiches. I cannot wait.


Anonymous said...

I've gotta have a Julia Child Tomato!

Greg said...

Where you get them??

meathenge said...

Are those the ones you got at the farmer's market in Morgan Hill, at the BBQ Judging party?

xo, Biggles

Anonymous said...

That looks like fun! You'll have to give us updates :-)

Chilebrown said...

Highlandsranchfoodie, Dr.Biggles and Greg, I got this tomato plant in Bezerkeley Ca. at Yabusaki's on Dwight Way. I have found it at this website
I have no idea how they are.

Zia, I looked up Leonard Cohen and I would say he is different.

Zoomie said...

Where did you find her? I'm not doing tomatoes this year - I don't seem to have much luck. Instead, I have planted potatoes - I hope they sprout!

cookiecrumb said...

Eeks! I am planning to get a couple more slicing tomatoes into the ground; this sounds like a fun one to try.