Thursday, March 26, 2009

The last of the tomatoes.

We fed this man the last of our tomato sauce from the freezer. We ate it on noodles made with our eggs. Obviously not in the location pictured.

There are no more bags of sauce or roasted tomatoes in the freezer.

Tomato plants don't go in for another couple of weeks, and then we still have to wait for them to make tomatoes!

Luckily we still have dried tomatoes (I put some in my soup tonight) and jars of chutney.

The goal is not unlike shuffleboard. We definitely do not want to generate freezer build up, but we still want to get the food to last throughout the year. We're trying to hit that line without going over it. We did pretty well this year, finishing off the sauce in the end of March. Let's see what we can do next year!

1 comment:

Jayme said...

Well done, you wonderful gardeners!
Up here, we are munching our ways through applesauce, pearsauce, plumsauce, & still more blackberries from last fall.
Not to mention 5 (FIVE) bags of frozen green peas from the Co-op. I really love green peas. I have overdone it with the buying.