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    August 30, 2008



    Ah yes, roasting all the ingredients together makes the sauce taste so much better! My husband only wants to eat all the tomatoes fresh, but soon he won't be able to keep up because they are coming in fast, and I'll sneak off and roast a pan full of them. ;-)

    Welcome to Grow Your Own!


    Thanks for the recipes! I wish I had such a wonderful bounty of tomatoes, but will instead give the sauce a try with some farmer's market tomatoes.


    Kim, why are you and your blog so handy?? How did you know I needed this today?? I just harvested 87 tomatoes from our garden last night, and I think I can pick at least 45 more today.

    Seriously, thank you - I'll be using this. I just have to go out and buy a roasting pan and a hand blender (do normal people have these things in their kitchens?!).



    I'm so excited about this recipe! We just took home a pile of roma tomatoes and basil from the farm share. yum! Thanks for posting it!

    Bonne Marie

    OMG! Your beautiful, beautiful pictures are mouthwatering and making me really hungry!

    Thanks for the fabulous recipes :)


    Very nice haul!

    I love the Gilbreths! 'Cheaper By the Dozen' was always one of my favorites.


    This is a great post! Every year when there's an influx of tomatoes I get nervous and don't know what to do...I'll need to pull this up and cook and simmer away. Thanks so much for sharing!

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