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July 31, 2013 8:48 PM

Tomatoes worth the wait this year

Gardeners await that first red-ripe summer tomato as eagerly as Great Britain awaited its new heir to the throne. We anxiously watch for those little green balls to ripen into the glorious redness that shouts juicy and delicious. The backyard tomato far outranks the taste of any supermarket variety, and that's why we devour bushels of them when they arrive.

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