Some of our tomato plants are still producing small amounts of grape and cherry tomatoes. We planted indeterminant tomato plants this year. An indeterminate tomato variety will continue to set and ripen fruit until killed off by frost. We collected thousands of these sweeties this season. Picking them can be tedious, but tasty. My husband and son would pop them right into their mouths as they picked. I tried several ways to cook and preserve these little guys. I roasted them (at 250 degrees for 2 hours) until they became shriveled like a sun dried tomato, then froze them in little baggies. I sauteed them with garlic and olive oil and tossed in penne pasta. I gave them away to friends and family. This week, the batch in the photo traveled to the Howard County Food Bank. A much appreciative staff carried them away to a refrigerator. I am sure they will be enjoyed. I hope more produce from our garden will travel to the food bank this season and future seasons.