Wednesday, August 20, 2008

The best things in life are so simple

Organic tomatoes of different varieties and fresh basil, all from our garden...drizzled with olive oil, balsamic, S&P.

Can't you just taste it?

Now if I can just figure out what to do with the nearly 2 dozen and counting other tomatoes that were ripe when we got back from Chautauqua...anyone out there have a good canning recipe?

If not, I am making copious amounts of our Sweet Pea Pizza Sauce and freezing it for a rainy, or cold weather day.



david santos said...

Good food!!! Thank you.

Phelps, congratulations!!!
"08-08-08" Olympc Games!!!

Laura said...

I rely totally on my Ball guide and the Joy of Cooking's Canning and Putting Food By for canning recipes... and then I change them. I ordered a bushel of tomatoes from an Amish farm nearby, so I will soon be canning by the hour.

I grilled my tomates before I made sauce this weekend and will probably do so again with the ones that are threatening to fall off the vines as we speak.

Live.Love.Eat said...

Wow, this picture is so beautiful & inviting. I am also picturing fresh mozzarella with all of it.

Melanie said...

ooh... yes i can taste it!

this makes me want to have a garden... although that is a bit ambitious on my part!

Slacker Mama said...


You just need to throw in the fresh mozz and I'm on my way!

Steel Magnolia said...

Looks good and I'm with slacker mama..throw in the fresh mozz...

Deny2deny said...

تعمیر بخارشوی در دو سوت تعمیر