Perfecting the Art of Procrastination

Well, you’d think I would have learned by now how NOT to procrastinate, but the legacy lives on! Instead of doing some major lesson planning, I decided to process the load of tomatoes from this week’s pick-up, as well as the few leftover tomatoes from last week! It’s amazing what sounds like a great time when you’re putting off some work. Today, it was peeling about six pounds of tomatoes for sauce and freezing.

Here’s the sauce, just beginning to cook. I also threw in a few random peppers and an onion.

Here are a few of the prettier tomatoes that I couldn’t bear to boil and peel. Those will be a side dish later, mwahahaha!!

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About Elyse

We are a group of family and friends in Northeast Ohio, embarking on our first adventures in Community Supported Agriculture. We have purchased shares in Dean's Greenhouse in Westlake, Ohio; and at Birdsong Farm in Hiram, Ohio. This blog highlights the fresh produce we receive each week, new foods we try, the cooking discoveries we make along the way, and the resulting food comas we endure, all in the name of good food and the love of family and friends.

3 thoughts on “Perfecting the Art of Procrastination

  1. theneighborboys

    The sauce looks great. I’ve been doing much the same this evening. It’s nice to use up so much of the CSA stuff on Saturday night and then be able to use it for meals all week. Those are some pretty neat looking tomatoes too!

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