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Good-bye Summer. Good-bye Tomatoes. The Last of The Summer Tomatoes

Summer's tomato bounty yields deep, intense flavor.

August & September in Texas signals an end to the summer's crop of fresh tomatoes.  This is our signal to stock up on hearty, rich tasting, vine ripened tomatoes - and do that voodoo we do so well with them before the tasteless winter imposters make the scene. Susie T. Gibbs tells us that now is the time to freeze, can, make sauces, soups, pastes, juice, and chop these prize tomatoes and provides us with a host of recipe ideas.

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Zucchinis are a Low Carb Treat + Kolokythia Krokettes Recipe by Dana Carpender

In a few weeks, we here in the US celebrate (if that's the word) National Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor's Front Porch Day. This is because a single zucchini seed will flood an entire neighborhood with zucchini. And heaven forbid a novice gardener should make the error of planting more than one zucchini seed! We're talking Revenge of the Killer Squash, here, as zucchini take over your town, loitering on the sidewalks, bumping into old ladies, scaring the children.

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