Heirloom Tomatoes! Plus – sweet corn, cantaloupe and watermelon

August 6, 2016 – The tomato season is exploding this week

It’s August already. The bad news is, summer is flying by. The good news is, all the iconic summer produce is here – corn, melons, tomatoes, squash, and more.

Heirloom tomatoes mheirloom-tomatoesay look odd to you if you’re used to seeing the classic American beefsteak in your grocery store. But with tomatoes, it’s inner beauty that counts. Some of the funkiest-looking tomatoes are the most delicious.

Speaking of funky – come in and get big discounts on “seconds.” They’re perfect for cooking, canning, or freezing.

>>See our dietitian’s recipe for Penne with Fresh Tomatoes and Tuna

So Many Tomatoes!

  • Cherry tomatoes including,
    • Black cherry
    • Red cherry
    • Sungold
  • Heirloom varieties including:
    • Cherokee purple
    • Black Krim
    • Berkeley Tie Dye
    • Black Cherry
    • Valencia
    • Brandywine – pink, red, black, and yellow
    • Striped German
    • Speckled Roman
    • Nepal
    • Moskovich
    • Woomato
    • St Pierre
    • Pruden’s Purple
    • Persimmon
    • Green Zebra
    • German Stripe
    • Robeson
  • Specially priced “seconds” for cooking, canning, or freezing

Other Maryland-fresh Seasonal Produce

  • Eggplant
  • ground cherries
  • Peppers (bell, hot, and padron)
  • Squach – Summer squash and Zuchinni
  • Cucumbers
  • Cabbage
  • Potatoes
  • Variety Boxes
  • Sweet Corn
  • Watermelons
  • Cantaloupes
  • Tomatillos
  • Cucumber
  • Peaches
  • Fresh Cut Flowers
  • Herbs (basil, cilantro, parsley, oregano, thyme, dill)

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