It has to be. Why else would I have ripe tomatoes in June? Earlier than I ever have harvested tomatoes? Last year I had yellow pear tomatoes on 1 July. This year, yellow plum harvested this morning. Here is the picture from yesterday morning.
Besides these, I have sweet olive tomatoes about ready. Maybe Thursday or Friday for the first of these.
This morning I went out to look for cucumbers. I had used many of them for salads, pickles and tzatziki for Field Day. I knew there were a few more lurking under the leaves. I was checking on the tomatoes and one of them fell off the vine, so I decided to take them to make breakfast.
I also pulled the last of the spring garlic in hopes of making some pesto. And pulled a few pole beans off. The take.
Breakfast came together easily. Some of those luscious eggs from my friend’s hens. Scapes from my spring garlic and my little tomatoes.
Added what I thought was the last of the foraged wild asparagus, but I found two more today. Trickling Springs butter. Some CSA yellow chard and Boarman’s bacon went in the pan also.
Let everything mix together and add some heels of bread to sop up all that good butter.
Yes, I broke one yolk. Remember ugly food tastes better. I just adjusted what I did.
Here’s to many more local meals from my garden, my friends, and the local farmers of Howard County. Any other tomatoes out there being harvested?