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    Soup Sunday

    Eight Fresh Tomatoes, halved and seeded



    Add the whole garlic, olive oil and tomatoes to sheet pan to bake at 350 degrees for thiry minutes



    Transfer the cooked tomatoes and garlic and juices to a pot and put enough broth to barely cover the tops.




    Simmer for a long time. It'll make the house smell mmmm good.



    Mmmm. Garlic.



    Two tsp of Oregono and Cumin and a little hot sauce



    After an hour or two of simmering, use an immersion blender to mix it all up. Run the mixture through a strainer. Salt and pepper to taste. Cream may be added to rich'n it up. I like to add bleu cheese smack dab in the middle of the bowl upon serving. It adds a little rich'ness and plates nicely.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigskymacadam
    Eight Fresh Tomatoes, halved and seeded



    Add the whole garlic, olive oil and tomatoes to sheet pan to bake at 350 degrees for thiry minutes



    Transfer the cooked tomatoes and garlic and juices to a pot and put enough broth to barely cover the tops.




    Simmer for a long time. It'll make the house smell mmmm good.



    Mmmm. Garlic.



    Two tsp of Oregono and Cumin and a little hot sauce



    After an hour or two of simmering, use an immersion blender to mix it all up. Run the mixture through a strainer. Salt and pepper to taste. Cream may be added to rich'n it up. I like to add bleu cheese smack dab in the middle of the bowl upon serving. It adds a little rich'ness and plates nicely.

    Gawd! That sounds good!
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    update

    update .... added chicken and cheesy bread. it was good. and there's some for leftover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigskymacadam
    Eight Fresh Tomatoes, halved and seeded



    Add the whole garlic, olive oil and tomatoes to sheet pan to bake at 350 degrees for thiry minutes



    Transfer the cooked tomatoes and garlic and juices to a pot and put enough broth to barely cover the tops.




    Simmer for a long time. It'll make the house smell mmmm good.



    Mmmm. Garlic.



    Two tsp of Oregono and Cumin and a little hot sauce



    After an hour or two of simmering, use an immersion blender to mix it all up. Run the mixture through a strainer. Salt and pepper to taste. Cream may be added to rich'n it up. I like to add bleu cheese smack dab in the middle of the bowl upon serving. It adds a little rich'ness and plates nicely.

    Man you are making me hungry and i already ate dinner.
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