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Solanum lycopersicum


Home grown tomato from my uncle's garden :)

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hayde 6 years ago

Thanks a lot for the recipe :D I'm definitely going to try it!

tomatoe, brimsen just a bit salt, pepper, and paprika, olive oil, balsamico vinegar, and onion or garlic, and chives and thyme.
best with fresh white bread or flatbread with Nigella sativa (sorry I don´t know the english name for it)
voila! ready!

hayde 6 years ago

I have not thought of it! I love brimsen on my sandwich, but it is not that popular here, only in the south of Poland. But now that I know I will try :) How do you prepare it?

I agree, U ever tried it with brimsen (sheep-cream cheese - I think this is the english name for it, isn´t it?)?

Sa 6 years ago

Hayde you're right..I live in southern Italy and we got plenty of them! Mediterranean typical thing

hayde 6 years ago

Yeah and they are delicious too! A little mozzarella, basil and olive oil and I'm done ;)

alicelongmartin 6 years ago

Beautiful! Save some seeds and plant them yourself.

hayde 6 years ago

Here it is called Bull's Heart because of its size :) However, I could not find the exact scientific name...

this sp. is called in Romania "Blue Monster" cause it gets so big, like a child´s head (I saw that myself)

Płock, województwo mazowieckie, Poland

Lat: 52.55, Long: 19.66

Spotted on Aug 27, 2011
Submitted on Aug 28, 2011


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