Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes. If the predicted rain doesn't damage them... Walt has the plants tied to stakes, so few of the tomatoes themselves are touching the ground. They should be fine.
These photos I took yesterday morning are just a sample. There are 30 plants in the garden, and each plant seems to have produced a lot of fruit.
We'll make liters and liters of tomato sauce. We'll dry as many tomatoes as we can in the dehydrator.
We'll make tomato paste too. You just take some sauce you've made, put in a thin layer in a big lasagna pan, and put it in the oven at about 200ºF (90ºC) for a few hours until it concentrates and thickens. It's easier to store for the winter than sauce is.
And we'll of course be eating a lot of these tomatoes in salads and pasta dishes, and on pizzas, when they've had time to ripen. And we'll share them with our neighbors too. Here's hoping for a sunny, fairly dry rest-of-summer, into October.