Cutest eggplant ever!
Have already eaten this yellow tomato, but I would have passed it by as unripe, since I didn't remember planting anything yellow. What jogged my memory was getting my tomato cages (or whatever they're called) in colors that matched the color the heirloom style tomatoes are going to be. They didn't have any purple ones, so those blue cages support the Purple Cherokee ones.
Here's something I hadn't thought about before my garden - when you grow your own food, you aren't getting your vegetables all trimmed, like in the grocery store. Lots more extra leaves and bits - so I am making a vegetable broth to freeze for soup later. I've made plenty of broth in my life, usually chicken, (the secret is to bake the chicken first so it's all brown - and then never cover the boiling broth, supposedly it will sour it), but I've never done a strictly vegetable one. I almost added some of my Nasturtiums, just for pretty, but it just felt wrong to boil them up. And I had already put in a ton of beet greens, so I didn't need any more color. But my point, and I do have one is that the house smells great, but I have no idea if it's an indication of Vegetable Broth Success!