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Monday, December 28, 2009

Ruby Red Tuesday: Homemade Salsa and Tomato sauce


This will be my last Ruby Tuesday and Rednesday entry for 2009 and would be excited to post the first Ruby Red Tuesday and Rednesday for 2010 next week. I am posting my tomato produce this year and my first homemade tomato sauce  and salsa that I made last summer. It was very tiresome after I made 50 big jars but was fun too . From then on we are enjoying what I made, I made chili the other night and hubby love it he told me he could finished the whole  (small) crock pot ^_^ Since it is my first time canning I felt proud about it. I am thankful to my SIL who teach me how to do the canning the easy way ^_^.


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Some I got it from my step-son farm



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29 comments:

Ralph said...

The taste of a fine homemade tomato pasta sauce can not be beat. The extra ingredient is the love and care you add to this sauce. Your family notices the difference. An artist with food. Happy New Year!

Jim said...

Oh yes, now who will help you eat these pretty red canned tomatoes, Little Red Hen? They all look so good raw too!
Happy RT! Thank you for peeking in on my cars. Those phone calls, the first was Tiger's episode and he got really good treatment. The second was poor Charlie Sheen and he got treated like a terrible crook. It isn't a real good post, I might pull that part.
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Leora said...

Those jars look delicious (and ambitious). Yum.

teresa said...

Very impressive. That is no small feat canning that many jars of tomatoes. You must be very glad you did it now.

ellen b said...

Whoa I bet that's good! I'm impressed with your hard work! Enjoy and a very Happy Ruby New Year to you!

chubskulit said...

Ang dami nyan ate!

My Ruby Tuesday. Wishing you and your family a happy new year!

Willa said...

Those are all delicious looking fresh tomatoes.
Mabuti ka pa,marunong kang mag canned, I'm sure it's enough supply until next harvest. :)

storyteller said...

Oh my ... YOU'VE been BUSY ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

luna miranda said...

i loveeee home-made salsa! can you send me some? :p

enjoy your salsa-making...and have a fabulous New Year!

Felisol said...

I admire a woman who can and will make her food from scratch.
These salsa jars look just delicious.
From Felisol

Marites said...

i love tomatoes and these beauties got me drooling:) have a happy new year!

My RT is up here

Diane AZ said...

Those tomatoes look delicious! How wonderful that you canned them, hard work but worth it. :)

Patti said...

The tomatoes and the sauce all look yummy. I love homemade sauce.

Great ruby photos!

Happy New Year ~

Marice said...

wowm those are lots sissy! u might also wanna try producing tomato soap :)

thanks for checkin out mine!

ilanadavita said...

Your salsa looks very appetizing.

Regina said...

Love the salsa.
Happy New Year!
Cheers.

Regina

life's journey said...

Oh hubby will love that one of his favorite tomatoes. He even have tomato juice...Happy Ruby Tuesday.

Liz said...

I love salsa! Should I give you my address? Haha.

Happy RT!

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Maria @ LSS said...

Toss some over here, I'll provide the chips! ;)

Gena @ vintage rose studio said...

Looks very good!!! i will definitely try it. PS> thanks for popping by my post Gena

Alexander said...

This looks really good! The tomatoes are very cute. :)

Happy New Year!

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

Jew Wishes said...

What wonderful photos of yummy looking goodies.

Shoshana said...

I'm so drooling over your salsa. They look so yummy!

LadyGarfield said...

50 jars!!! thats quite a lot. hope your family has good fun eating all that good stuff.

Happy New Year!

His Unfailing Love said...

awww... I love tomatoes, lalo na pag fresh with soy sauce, hmmm sarap.
Thanks Kim for the visit.
Happy New Year too!

shaker said...

Looks delicious !
Happy new year !

Elly said...

Hmmm...yummie!!!! Happy Rednesday and I want to wish you a happy New year too!!!!

Linnea W said...

Wow! That is a lot of sauce. Too bad I can't taste it! Thanks for your comment on my RT. Happy new year to you and yours. All the best in 2010!

daylily777 said...

All those jars look wonderful, great job! I used to can some when I was younger .
Happy New Year!
~Myrna

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