04 September 2007

Tomatoes at Rosa & Pino's on Labour Day Weekend!


Blogger Barbara said...

I can imagine the aroma was fabulous.

12:40 AM  
Blogger Kristina said...

You're right Barbara--especially after the basil was added!

9:04 AM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

Ciao Kristina - My name is Sharon and I'm from Thunder Bay. I am not Italian but married into the Italian culture 20 years ago. When I saw the picture of the jars of sauce on your blog - I had to drop you a note! We just did our sauce a few weeks ago - made about 85 jars this year and many of my friends question why do you do this - it's so much work! Sunday night dinner always confirms why I do it! When my family takes 2 or 3 helpings of Pasta I know the sauce is perfect!!!!
I absolutely love the Italian cuisine and because of my mother-in-laws guiding hand and encouragement in the kitchen I have been able to become somewhat of a fairly good "home-cook"!
I can't wait till the day we get to go to Italy and really taste the pleasures of all of the regions.
PS - Grapes are in this week so the vino will be flowing soon as well!


9:12 AM  
Blogger Peter M said...

There's nothing better than home-made sauce and I'm lucky to have Italian neighbors...can't get enough of basil!

6:51 PM  
Blogger Kristina said...

Nice to meet you Sharon! Hope your wine is going well.

Thanks for browsing Peter M! I checked out your blog--you look like an awsome cook--my husband and I were impressed with your dishes.

6:44 PM  
Blogger joe@italyville.com said...

Hi Kristina - we do the same every year. The tomatoes were fantastic this year I must say. Jarring your own sauce really makes a huge difference. I enjoy your blog! ciao! Joe

3:29 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

Ooohhh... those tomatoes look gorgeous! Lots of work, but well worth it!

Great blog!

6:04 PM  
Anonymous Food Pakistan said...


I think they are making tomato ketchup there are many people like.

8:51 AM  

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