We mostly grow the bright-orange, super-sweet variety called Sun Gold, though you might find a few red cherry tomatoes mixed in.
Important: never put tomatoes in the fridge. They’ll keep their flavor and texture best if you leave them out on your kitchen counter. They should keep on the counter for up to 5 days. If you want to preserve some for the winter, slowly roast them with plenty of olive oil, garlic, and herbs and put them in a ziploc bag or jar in the freezer.
If you don’t eat them all on your way home, slice them in half, salt them, and make a little salad with basil, or add them to kale salad or potato salad or just about anything else.
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