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Rossco,
Your tomato sauce with fresh tomatoes looks great. Nice intense color. OK, now I'm looking for my plane ticket and invitation for your weekend party .

The joke in my house is that I am a "tomato-based life form" since I cannot go 1 day without a tomato, well lots of them actually and your late season preserving methods have me jealous.

Kiwipete (Peter) your raised bed tomatoes are beautiful. Is that a basil plant growing in it too? You guys have got me thinking (drooling) about summer tomato gardening already. Good luck on this weekend Rossco, Cheers, Dino
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:46 PM
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Hi Dino - I sent the ticket so it must have got lost in the mail!!!

Actually it would be great if you showed up - the guests would no doubt be feasting on top quality cusine with you around. I would of course cede control of the catering to you instantly so you would be put to work right away and I would vacate the cooking area to become a diner and take advantage of the fine fare!!!

Tks for the kind comments on the sauce - discovering the fresh sauce method has been a real breakthrough for me. I will be making some more tonight in fact as I need to process the latest batch of mushy tomatoes quite soon as they are well ripe and ideal for saucing.

So have you got a good tomoto crop going at the moment or is the weather a bit on the cold side for tomatoes over there? If that is the case, what about glass houses/hydroponics??? I have just revived the hydroponics system at home and am looking to grow some Amish Paste tomatoes in it soon. Have had a bit of a hassle get the nutriment level correct but it would appear that things are on the right track now.

See you there at 7:00 on Saturday....
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