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I do envy you the tomatoes and I hope that you can keep them going in the greenhouse. Enjoy your mild weather!


It sounds like a lot of work but now you've got a larder full of summer ... wonderful !

Mother B

Wow here in the south our tomatoes were gone a long time ago. Things here usually get scorched by the end of summer. Your marinara sauce looks soo yummy!

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Goodness Vicki, that's an amazing quantity of tomatoes for this late in the year. I imagine that if you desire, you will be able to grow lettuce too in the cooler months of winter too.

What a glorious pantry you must have!

I haven't used my dehydrator in a long time, though just recently, I was thinking about a pear fruit leather that my friend Mary's dad used to make. He spread white chocolate on top of it, very thinly, and it was a lovely combination.


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