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Sunday, September 09, 2007

Fried Green Tomatoes

When you have way too many what do you do?




I forgot to photograph the napoleans I made with these by layering them with basil and mozzarella and ricota cheese mixed with nasturtium flowers and then drizzled with marinara sauce.

15 comments:

Little Wing said...

You can never have too many fried green tomatoes!
The first time I ever ate them was in Louisiana, where my best girlfriend lives.
I think I could eat 20 pounds of them a day!
They are soooooooooo good!

Beth said...

I had never had these before, and my son tried them at his friends house. Loved them...so he came home and made some for me! YUM!

I have a new obsession.

buffalodickdy said...

I have never had them! One more thing for me to try....

akakarma said...

Let's have a party at DB's so we can taste those fried green tomatoes!

evalinn said...

Awesome!

Ambre said...

You fry them of course. Then there is the delicious tomato sandwich, marinated them in wine vinegar & herbs, enjoy them with fresh mozzarella and the list goes on.

Your blog always makes the lady hungry!

pinknest said...

spectacular! i love the tomatoes right now. excellent work.

Stephanie said...

Mmmmm. Those are huge in the south!

Chels-Puddle Jumper said...

What the hell? I posted a comment about how you are making me drool AGAIN, and it just poofed into thin air! Ugh...Blogger bites ass.

Jake said...

those are great. My mom is from Georgia, and she makes them really well.

doggybloggy said...

lw: lightly golden brown is my favorite.
beth: good, right? I had em once as a kid and thought the unripe tomato was too tart.
buff: they are an easy favorite you should try them.
aka: funny
ev: not as awesome as your daily breakfast.
ambre: held in the hand and sprinkled with sugar and salt and eaten.
CPJ: cannot tell you how many times blooger has pimped me out.
Jake: hey...jake..welcome.

~Fathairybastard~ said...

Never heard of those till that movie came out. Now they're everywhere.

Vincent Guihan said...

Too bad about not photographing the napoleons -- sounds beautiful!

Tanya Kristine said...

good book too.

Forest Lady said...

You had a great thing going there until you got to the drizzling with marinara sauce. That's an affront to my Southern sensibilities. ha. But you can't go wrong with a fried green tomato.

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