Showing posts with label FOOD. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FOOD. Show all posts

Saturday, November 18, 2017

2018 Garden Seeds Are Ordered

MQTlogoa Yes. I’m a “Quality Time” Tomato Snob……………… The “garden” consists mostly of tomatoes & peppers but not exclusively.

"The best way to garden is to put on a wide-brimmed straw hat and some old clothes.  And with a hoe in one hand and a cold drink in the other, tell somebody else where to dig." T.B. Bender


celebity “Tomato, Celebrity Hybrid This AAS Award Winner established a new standard for main-crop hybrids requiring multiple disease resistance. Highly adaptable from Canada to the South. Medium sized, globe-shaped fruits are crack-resistant and average 7 oz. Semi-determinate.”


“Tomato, Amish Paste Organic heirloom A long-time favorite heirloom plum.Large for a sauce tomato, Amish Paste's slightly irregular plum-to strawberry shaped fruits avg. 8-12 oz. with excellent flavor. These meaty tomatoes are good in salads and great for processing. A Slow Food USA Ark of Taste variety. Indeterminate.”


Tomato, Burpees Early Pick VF Hybrid.. Fine flavor, gorgeous color, solid flesh! Bears fruits early; delivers bumper crops all summer. Fine flavor, gorgeous color, solid flesh! Bears fruits early, bumper crops all summer. Resists Verticillium and Fusarium wilts.


Tomato, Mountain Magic Hybrid The most disease-resistant tomato we've ever seen. A true breakthrough when it comes to disease-resistance. This scrumptious campari tomato withstands the big three threats besetting tomatoes: late blight, early blight and fruit cracking. Count on a crop of sweet, great-tasting, 2 oz. fruits on indeterminate plants.


Tomato, Damsel Hybrid Proven disease resistance of late blight, verticillium wilt and nematodes. Full Description Dainty, compact, indeterminate plants yield pink, round, beefsteaks with beautiful late blight resistance. ‘Damsel’ offers outstanding heirloom flavor with uniform fruits in the 12 oz. range. Guarantee harvests starting 75 days from transplant.


Pepper, Sweet Great Stuff Hybrid A colossal stuffer at 7" long and 5" wide, ripens from green to dark red. Full Description The right stuffer! This Burpee exclusive produces enormous peppers at 7" long and 5" wide, ripening from green to dark red. Very productive and disease-resistant. Produces excellent yields under varied conditions. Days to maturity are from time plants are set in garden. For transplants add 8-10 weeks. Space plants 18-24" apart.

opalka Opalka Tomatoes the tomato sauce that we made with these tomatoes tasted great. The tomatoes were heavy for their size, very meaty, with only a few seeds. The vines were very vigorous growing to 5 1/2 feet tall. The production was good for such a large tomato. ( I saved the seeds from last years Opalka tomatoes.. great for sauce and taste is great for salads etc. This is a favorite of mine.

tomatoguy Have a great day… Some photos and text from Burpee.


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“A farmer purchased an old, run-down, abandoned farm with plans to turn it into a thriving enterprise. The fields were grown over with weeds, the farmhouse was falling apart, and the fences were broken down.  During his first day of work, the town preacher stops by to bless the man's work, saying, "May you and God work together to make this the farm of your dreams!"   A few months later, the preacher stops by again to call on the farmer.  Lo and behold, it's a completely different place.  The farm house is completely rebuilt and in excellent condition, there is plenty of cattle and other livestock happily munching on feed in well-fenced pens, and the fields are filled with crops planted in neat rows.  "Amazing!" the preacher says. "Look what God and you have accomplished together!"  "Yes, reverend," says the farmer, "but remember what the farm was like when God was working it alone!"


Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Valentine’s Day Food Ideas

MQTlogoa Some Quality Time Valentine’s day food ideas…

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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Beans Toot Early and Toot Often.

MQTlogoa Something a little different for this post. This receipt came from a fellow we called “Bake Bean John.” Every time we would meet in church basements for anniversary meetings  or whatever John brought his “famous” beans. (and are they good)…



Eye_opening_and_closing  Hope you enjoy the BEANS and have a good TOOT… LOL