Yum, yum, yum! If you didn't want to freeze it this would be super easy to can and process. ~Mrs. M
Wow, you've been busy! We've got lots of tomatoes on the vine but none ripe yet... I better figure out what I'm going to do with all of them, so thanks for the tips!
I like to put my whole tomatoes in the freezer overnight and then toss them in a sink of cold water for a minute. The skins just slip off and they are so much easier to handle a little frozen. I am definitely going to make this yummy creole sauce. Thanks for the recipe.
Your creole sauce sounds just delicious. I loved your pictures. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the tips with us.
Oh my goodness, Mary! I was finally able to pull up your blog without interference from IE!This is the first time in quite awhile, so I'll be browsing for a bit.This sauce sounds so good- my but you've been so busy! I picked my first large tomat yesterday, and picked cherry tomatoes last week. Seems a little late as I usually have my first by the 4th.Love your pictures and all the tips!
It's been really cool here too in the Ozarks.From reading all the good recipes you have on your blog, I agree that you probably should be a chef somewhere.Hey, how about my house?
It is hard to believe but we are cooler here than we've ever been, just 75º right now...but a few showers on there way...little rumble of thunder...my flowers will like it ;DYou are one of the most industrial bloggers that I know of!Now...go fix you a lemonade and relax...teehee!
Thanks ladies! Mrs. M, definitely great for canning for sure. Bev, you're right - freezing whole is great, and I may even do that for the next round. Thanks Mary! And Lynda, so happy to see you back!! I'm sure you'll have loads of 'maters soon. LOL PG, don't know about that chef thing. I'm just a self taught southern cook. I've seen those chefs and they intimidate me. The first time a head chef yelled at me, I'd be in tears! Wow, Tammy, thanks! Can you believe this cooler weather? I've been out piddling in the gardens, pulling weeds and fertilizing and trying to chase off white flies from the veggie patch. I also finally got the rest of my new plants in the ground. Geez... that took long enough!
Well at least SOMEONE is cool somewhere!!! 104 at 8 p.m., this is crazy! But reading yr wonderful recipes is cooling me off and settling me down. Thank you for that Creole T. Sauce recipe, VERY handy.
How perfect! I need to save and store a load of fresh tomatoes and you have the answer as always!
I have never had a creole tomato sauce before. Yours looks yummy!
I think I want to live at your house.
This sounds great! And yes, you have been busy :)
Oh Mary thanks- another delicious recipe for me to try- I'm still trying to use up my tomatoes.
Yes, Mary, this wonderful cool weather has been so delightful! I'm going outside to my garden along with you! Bye for now! Roz
Sweet Mother of Pearl, that looks DELICIOUS! Now I know what to do with all the tomatoes I've gotten! Thank you for having printable recipes. That is a fabulous touch.
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