Things in our garden are winding down. The zinnias are gone. Pepper plants are pulled out. The basil, not tolerant of the cool nights, is slowly dwindling away. However, the tomato plants are still producing it’s gorgeous red fruit, although at a much slower pace. Most days, I can get a handful of tomatoes for a salad, sandwich or wrap. As much as I love fall the thought of going 9 months without the taste of a freshly sliced tomato makes me a little sad. I’m going to savor them until frost makes its’ appearance, closing the curtain on this year’s plants.