Green tomato marmalade

The tomato crop this year has been fabulous.  Some combination of weather, a new raised bed and a generous quantity of spent mushroom compost has produced plants dripping with tomatoes the size of pears.  I have three varieties this year: ‘Gardeners’ Delight’, ‘Tigerella’ and ‘San Marzano’.  San Marzano is an Italian plum tomato, which the seed catalogue describes as suitable for ‘bottling, cooking or making puree’.  They’re also great for just eating and they look beautiful.  A late burst of September sunshine means that they might just ripen in my draughty Scottish garden but some nasty blight like thing is … Continue reading Green tomato marmalade