Brought in from the rather slow garden some Siberian tomatoes yesterday. I originally tried the variety thinking they'd be perfect for a friend who grows for her family's wine bar/cafe in the Adirondacks, which has a MUCH shorter growing season than we do. I figured if they'll produce in Siberia, they'll produce in North Creek. They didn't do all that well up there sadly. But here on the upper Eastern Shore they are some of the earliest to ripen. Golf-ball sized and not as juicy as slicers, they roast beautifully.
|Marinated roasted Siberian tomatoes ready to go on bread|