Vegging out sounds pretty good for the summer months, and by that I mean "doing nothing for three whole months straight."
Unfortunately, that doesn't happen around here.
I have a small garden. And my dad has a small garden. Add those together, and you have a mildly large garden with vegetables that need eating or putting up in the freezer for the winter months.
But that's not the route I like to go with homegrown tomatoes. Instead, I gorge myself on them for lunch and supper every day. As far as I'm concerned, June and July tomatoes from my garden or my family's garden are the best food on the face of the earth. People should just stop growing tomatoes in the other three seasons. Really, what is the point?
If you don't live in the country and can't grow your own or you don't have the ability to buy some farm-grown tomatoes in the summer, I am sorry. I am truly sorry for you.
Tomatoes aren't the only bounty.
Happy, happy summertime.