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I'm going to try it, but I think for next year, I already bagged up my greens and they are turning red. Only a few more left to go red. Even covering them up with plastic this year from the early frost. Too late. But, hopfully I will be alive next year and year after year, to make this.
I'm like the author, have never had fried green tomatoes, and most likely will never make.
Thank your Mother for me!! And I thank you for sharing this!!
I came from a family of eight and I myself, feed five and did all kinds of things with "left-over garden veggies" but never thought of this one!
I have tried watermelon rind pickles long ago.
The lady that made them told me as I as tasting them that my tongue would slap my brain out eating them. She was right they were that good.
I do not use corn syrup - health reasons, but I do however cook with molasses occasionally.
I was wondering if I could change that part of the recipe?
I have worked hard to have tomatoes up untill frost - frost came four days ago and you will not believe this - but I have two tomato plants full of green tomotoes not touched!!!??? Oh everything else was touched and died but not these.