Today I checked on my garden for the first time since I've been taking care of two houses (I am still babysitting and cat sitting at my friend's house), and
I was gifted by a one of the tastiest tomato I've ever tried.
To enjoy the flavor of the real tomato I just sprinkled it with sea salt and drizzled it with a little sunflower oil.
I planted the seeds of this tomatoes on January 6th. My idea was to start earlier so by the time the heat hits my plants, they already have the fruits set. The reason to do it was my unsuccessful experience last year. I had a strong plants but no tomatoes: pollen dies when temperature is above 95F (35C). We had a record high temperature last summer, above 100F for a few months.
So far my experiment is working...