By Roseann Zimmerman

Old Order Mennonite Memoirs


October 31, 2019

Tomatoes from our gardens, unless they are preserved, will rot. Sometimes, though, the small amount of ripe fruit doesn't merit the messy setup to can them. Learning from my daughter's friend that one can wash and cut up tomatoes like usual before storing them in the freezer, was a time saver. There they wait, safe and cold, till we get time to 'do' tomatoes.

After my husband and I came home from helping to houseclean Piney Creek church in Wednesday's sun and wind, I got busy with thawing tomatoes, the last pickings from my daughters' gardens and mine. After cooking and dripping them, I cra...

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