Category Archives: Tomatoes

Homesteading in the Winter Series: Post 2 – Growing Cool Weather Fruits and Vegetables Homesteading in the Winter Series: Post 2 – Growing Cool Weather Fruits and Vegetables


I am taking part in a posting series related to the topic of “Homesteading in the Winter.”  Each Thursday there will be a new post on a different issue associated with the needs and unique challenges of living on a homestead (big or small, urban or rural) during the winter.  I am a teaming up…
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Fresh Homemade Ketchup Recipe Fresh Homemade Ketchup Recipe


Have I mentioned that I froze a bunch tomatoes last spring? Yeah, I know, I’ve mentioned it only a million times.  Well, you should know, they’re gone now.  I’ve used them all!  My freezer has never felt so empty! Originally I made pasta sauce, then I made pizza sauce and now I’ve made homemade ketchup!…
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Solving Problems with Your Tomatoes Solving Problems with Your Tomatoes


A post I wrote about growing great tomatoes was recently featured on the lovely blog (and one of this month’s sponsors!)  Black Fox Homestead – http://blackfoxhomestead.com/blog/ .  Here is part one and part two of that post. Having that post be brought up again got me thinking.  What if your tomatoes don’t turn out great?  What if you put…
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Growing Great Tomatoes – Part Two Growing Great Tomatoes – Part Two


So, my “Growing Great Tomatoes” post is the post that has seen the most traffic so far since we’ve started this blog.  There are probably many reasons for that (one of which is certainly that my lovely friend  Lauren – http://www.fancynonsense.wordpress.com/  linked to it), but still, it seems to be a topic that people are…
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