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Fall tomato soup with herb focaccia

Oct 16, 2010
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Yes, it was a cold wet spring and yes, this summer yielded slightly less of some of our standard garden goods, but the tomatoes seemed extra sweet and our herbs are really peaking now.  I think it was worth the wait.

Last night we made a simple tomato soup and home made focaccia with herbs.  These recipes are easy and worth a couple of hours at the end of a long week.

I have posted the recipes under the "recipe" section.

These are based on recipes found in 2 of my favorite seasonal cookbooks.

-Johanna 

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They both look very yummy - thanks for sharing the recipes
and photographed, Johanna. Thanks for sharing with the KGI community. Roger
I have a lot of recipes of this of this kind that are seasonal, pretty simple, and mostly veggie based. If there is an interest I'll continue to post some, especially as it gets cold here and I have an little more indoor time free. Let me know. -Johanna
Keep posting them Johanna. The simpler the better for me. Glenn

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