Posted on 02 August 2008 by tomatocasual.com

Northern California Tomato Tasting and Tomato Forum

By Michelle Fabio

Normally when I find something interesting and tomato-related on the Internet, I try my best to sum it up for you and then give you a link for more information.

Well this time, I’m going to keep the summary short because you really need to get over to House of Annie and read the post entitled FREE Northern California Tasting Event.

The tomato love truly flows over in the words describing the Berkeley Tie Dye, Beauty King, Pork Chop, and Furry Red Boar varieties of tomatoes developed and grown by Brad, the owner of Wild Boar Farms in Suisun Valley.

According to its website, Wild Boar Farms uses “heirloom genetics and mutations as a foundation” while focusing on “bi-color and striped varieties with extreme flavor and fascinating looks.”

Are you intrigued?

You should be! See some photos of these unique tomatoes at House of Annie as well.

The tasting will take place on Sunday, August 10 from 11 am to 2 pm, but before you go, why not check out the Tomatoville® Gardening Forum also mentioned at House of Annie? There you can be in touch with even more tomato lovers, sharing tips and tales.

Thanks House of Annie for all the great information!

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6 Responses to “Northern California Tomato Tasting and Tomato Forum”

  1. tomatocasual.com Annie Says:

    Just found your site. Thank you for the link love! Man, I’m going to have fun browsing your site. I LOVE tomatoes (can you tell?)!!

  2. tomatocasual.com michelle Says:

    Hi Annie! Great to see you here…yes, your tomato love is definitely evident. We love it! :)

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    I am here at a forum newcomer. Until I read and deal with the forum.
    Let’s learn!

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