They are on the table for lunch and dinner. We don't get tired of home grown tomatoes.
Yesterday I picked a bunch of the Roma tomatoes. These are Italian paste tomatoes.
I don't can anything anymore. If it can't be eaten fresh, it will go into the freezer. These Romas will be rinsed off, dried, put whole into zip lock bags and put into the freezer. When I want to use them in soups or stews I just take some out, run hot water over them, slip the skins off, chunk them up and throw them in the pot.
We also have home grown pears, which get picked green, and are now ripening, so we are eating pears every day too.
While the beans and cucumbers and zucchini are shutting down in the raised beds, and there are still some carrots and beets yet to be dug, September is fruit time! We might even get a small apple crop from our espaliered trees, even though the bees didn't do their jobs very well in the cold and wet of last spring.
And speaking of wet, we got some honest-to-goodness rain last night and this morning.
We can almost hear the grass growing.