Since my Blondkopfchen tomato seedlings were started way back in February at Little Miss' birthday party, it makes sense that these are the first tomatoes to ripen in our garden. In fact, I believe the first grape tomatoes turned yellow-orange at the end of June.
And of course, we ate them immediately. And by "we," I mean the kids.
Little Guy assured me they were quite tasty.
Little Miss kept asking for more, and I had to stop her several times from picking the unripe tomatoes.
And now, Little Miss is absolutely hooked on fresh Blondkopfchen tomatoes. Every other day, we check the vines to see if any are ripe, and end up eating them right then and there.
A week or so ago there were almost 20 ripe at once. I convinced Little Miss to wait until dinner to eat them.
At least, I thought I had convinced her to wait.
But these little tomatoes are just too tempting for Little Miss.
As it turned out, we didn't have any tomatoes to go with dinner.
I am totally okay with that.