I've got tomatoes coming out my ears
My goodness, we've still got green tomatoes and even flowers on our plants that think they are going to turn into tomatoes before fall. Crazy! We only planted two plants, a roma and a cherry, I did not anticipate this many tomatoes. Which brings me to my point, I've got another freezer tip. You can take tomatoes, spread them on a cookie sheet and toss 'em in the freezer. Once they are solid, zip them up in a ziploc or whatever container you prefer. When you go to use them, they will be mushy which makes them perfect for creating sauces. I like to do pizza and spaghetti sauces and I think I could even use the mushies to make salsa. They would probably also work in a chicken curry sauce too, mmm I'm getting hungry.
Next year, I'm going to grow the tomatoes in big pots, they got really bushy and threatened to take over my whole garden plot. They also were too close together and got all tangled. I was pulling cherry ones off what I thought was a roma branch and vice versa. As for the rest of my garden, the peppers are just starting to turn from green to red and orange, there's only 3 bell peppers but a bunch of the little chile looking-peppers that I think I'm going to dry. Potatos were a failure, they didn't grow at all. My green onions were a failure in a good way. I let them grow too tall (3 feet) and they flowered which was kinda cool looking. We tried eating them anyway but they were woody. But, with flowers came seeds, so I'm all set to grow onions again next year. I've also got a packet of poppy seeds that came free from somewhere, so my garden plot will be onions, poppies, peppers and maybe corn with tomatoes on the side.