It's sauce making season here in King Township, and the tomato harvest was amazing this year!
The San Manzano tomato's I buy from one of the local Italian farmers were the sweetest I have ever tasted.
This weekend I will join my neighbours, and pitch in with the sauce making party they have every year; but I couldn't resist making a little advance sauce for myself.
I don't have all the bells, and whistles, of my Italian neighbours well oiled production; but I have picked up a tip or two, over the years.
It's all about love. Love of the tomato.
My sources' tomato crop this year is so divine; I've been eating them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and snacking on them in between.
I had eaten so many from the first bushel, I just had to finish it off, and put up the rest.
I made some into sauce, and put the remainder, whole in freezer bags.
My Sauce Master, makes short work of sauce; but I prefer whole or diced tomato's.
This is how I do mine.
I put the tomato's into two sizes of freezer bags, label them, and I'm done. Well done for today, anyway.