Now that's a Tomato

Let's have a vegetable competition. My tomato against your tomato.
Seriously, my tomato would whomp any other tomato on the block. And it's one of those heirloom tomatoes, which have a higher pedigree cause they've survived all the blights and fungai and have been nurtured and protected by seed-lovers the world over. And it tastes really, really good.
Mmmm. Garlic and olive oil over pasta.
And herbs, also from Angelic Organics, drying over the kitchen sink. Summer savory and lavender? I never know what to do with fresh herbs other than basil or parsley, but they look pretty. The sage from last week's box. I feel a certain weight on my shoulders to use everything that comes from the farm, but the herbs keep slipping through the cracks.