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Rain in GA has been crazy! It rained so hard today that it knocked some tomatos off the bush. Anyone have any recipes for gree

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  • Rain in GA has been crazy! It rained so hard today that it knocked some tomatos off the bush. Anyone have any recipes for gree

    Rain in GA has been crazy! It rained so hard today that it knocked some tomatos off the bush. Anyone have any recipes for green maters? I would hate to see them go to waste.

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    Green tomato salsa is good. I don't know if you've had mincemeat pie in GA but here in PA Dutch country, it's made in the summer substituting green tomatoes for beef and pork. I've also made green tomato pie which is made like apple pie using green tomatoes instead. I also have made green tomato and ham soup. There's always fried green tomatoes. Try adding some spicy chili powder to the batter for something different.

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    • #3
      The only thing I can add is to pickle them, sliced, or pickle them in a relish.

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      • #4
        Fry em up! Or use them in a gravy and put on catheads

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        • #5
          Fried green tomatoes are the BEST! This rain is God's way of telling you to get going on it. Seriously, it has been tough getting out on the lake with all this rain and Lanier is topped out! I've been sneaking in landscape planting and the Heavens seem to respond quickly for great plant watering.

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          • #6
            I thought fried green tomatoes where a staple like grits and cornbread GA?

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            • #7
              DEER30, a couple of weeks ago, after the first big rain, I was walking around our yard with our Lab when she hit on something in a hole, I looked in there and to my surprise the were four dead rabbit kits...drowned. The next day I went to my grandmothers house and was walking around her yard when we found another rabbit hole with four more drowned rabbit kits!
              In Powder Springs there is a dam that is compromised because of the rain.
              Dcast, you are pretty right about tomatoes. However grits and cornmeal keep for a lot longer than tomatoes, so fried green tomatoes are considered 'summer' staples. Too bad I don't care for 'em!

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              • #8
                I'll join in with fried green tomatoes. So good they named a movie after them!

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