No one ever complains about too many tomatoes. Too many beets? Sure. Kale overload? Absolutely. Zucchini surplus? Let me tell you about my freezer full of zucchini bread. But too many tomatoes? Pffft. Impossible.
However, at some point during the summer, usually in August, the tomatoes become unstoppable. I can't keep up. Last week my CSA delivered 17 tomatoes. A few heirloom, some slicing, and about dozen yellow romas. A beautiful simple salad took care of the heirlooms and I added the slicing tomatoes to some turkey sandwiches. The yellow romas sat on my kitchen table waiting. But I wasn't complaining.