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    We always grow too many tomatoes so my wife makes Vidalia onion and tomato pies. Wonderful break from salads but still uses up the excess fruits and veggies.

    Anyone else have a summertime favorite?
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    Oh I remember my days growing tomatoes. I always had too many jalapenos and tomatoes. They were resilient plants too. When the area was converted into a flower garden years later, occasionally a tomato plant would still pop up!
    I have posted some Summer favorites, but give me a few minutes to dig up my pico de gallo pics from the 4th of July.

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    Number 2: Cicero's Pico de Gallo...hmm goes great on everything: Chips, hamburgers, chicken, straight out of a glass


    Number 3: Cookies! yummie yummie yummie



    Number 4: Cicero's Super-Sexy Quesadillas: not pictured here because the pics I have taken have never come out good enough to do them justice!

    Number 5: Cicero's Super-Sexy Enchiladas
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    • #3
      Originally posted by GCoyote View Post
      We always grow too many tomatoes so my wife makes Vidalia onion and tomato pies. Wonderful break from salads but still uses up the excess fruits and veggies.

      Anyone else have a summertime favorite?
      Got a recipe ?

      We've moved house and sorted out a produce garden where we aim to grow plenty of stuff . Or that's the theory. Back garden for food, front garden for my missus to grow flowers and keep her out of my hair .
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Cicero
        I think you may have accidentally repped me for the tomato pie when you intended to rep GCoyote.
        Nope.
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        • #5
          I bake those frozen Corndogs.. Those are good.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
            Got a recipe ?
            She started with this one http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/e...ipe/index.html

            All variations depend on her mood and what's in the fridge that day. Hasn't made a bad one yet.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Cicero View Post
              Oh I remember my days growing tomatoes. I always had too many jalapenos and tomatoes. They were resilient plants too. When the area was converted into a flower garden years later, occasionally a tomato plant would still pop up!
              I have posted some Summer favorites, but give me a few minutes to dig up my pico de gallo pics from the 4th of July.

              NUMBER #1: ZIEGEN BOCK AMBER ON TAP


              Number 2: Cicero's Pico de Gallo...hmm goes great on everything: Chips, hamburgers, chicken, straight out of a glass


              Number 3: Cookies! yummie yummie yummie



              Number 4: Cicero's Super-Sexy Quesadillas: not pictured here because the pics I have taken have never come out good enough to do them justice!

              Number 5: Cicero's Super-Sexy Enchiladas
              Now, THERE'S a guy who knows the proper way to utilize a refrigerator.
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