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Friday, September 24, 2010

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Vickie

Your tomatoes blew mine out of the water this year! I will have to plant more next year. We did 8 plants and didn't get as much as you seem to have but they sure were good! I know you must be thrilled to have such a great crop! I love that despite taking time off from blogging, you still have been working on projects. I feel like I am spinning my wheels lately. Gotta step it up!

Wool Winder

This crop is making up for last year. You'll have the fresh taste of summer all winter long with the sauces you're making. Enjoy!

lapdogknits

Love the sound of this recipe, we'll give it a try, thanks for sharing. Great pictures, glad I found your blog....I'll check back from time to time to see what else you're up to. Have a good week.

diane

I love the smell of fresh garden tomatoes but totally dislike eating them also! Gross. I will however, chop them very small, crush them and then drizzle with good EV olive oil, dash of balsamic vinegar w/salt, cracked pepper, garlic, fresh basil and fresh mozz cheese over nice slice of bread melted in the toaster oven. Well I guess that's my recipe for bruchetta!?@# Have a pantry full of garden pasta sauce too:) and a third round of red raspberries harvesting.

Stacey Burnell


Let it be known I am quite pleased that you did not post our family's Spaghetti Sauce recipe...one because it's THAT good...two...well, we just WON'T go there... ;p

Beth

Thanks for the recipe! My husband and daughter don't like the texture of tomatoes either.

Northmoon

I too don't like the feel of tomatoe skin in my mouth. Love tomatoe sauce though!

theprissysister

That sounds delectable. I'm not a huge fan of whole tomatoes either, so this recipe is a great alternative.

Carole

I bet that is delicious! I'm glad your tomatoes did better this year.

Miss Maddie's

Sounds yummy, I'll have to give it a try.
Most of my harvest went into sauce jars but I did eat my share of BLT's.
The socks in your last post are absolutely gorgeous.
Susan x

margene

Oh my goodness! The dressing sounds fabulous. Sadly, this is our year for a poor tomato crop. Many plants will die from frost before the green tomatoes ripen. There will be enough for this yummy dressing, however.

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