Basket after basket.

And one more basket, after another basket.  Attempting to keep up with a tomato plant’s generosity can back one into a corner, forcing either creativity or wailing sobs.  Thankfully, after one too many batches of tomato puree and while feeling the leaves of my tomato plant tightening around my neck, I recalled a special sun-dried tomato bought from a favorite farmer at the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market.  Sweet, full-flavored, chewy without being soft or hard, it was the perfect, time-friendly solution.  And lucky for you, I’ve had about 14 baskets of tomatoes on which to practice.  

I think I’ve done figured it out.


Click HERE to learn How to Make Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Disclosure: I wrote this post while participating in the Sowing Millions Project by Real Food Media on behalf of Seeds of Change. I received product and exclusive content to facilitate my post. However, my thoughts and opinions are my own and not of those of Real Food Media or Seeds of Change.

5 comments


  • So jealous of all your wonderful tomatoes – mine were all eaten by ground squirrels.

    October 10, 2011
  • Thanks for this Molly! Always wanted to know how to sun dry tomatoes… yours look so much better than anything you can buy in the store!!

    October 10, 2011
  • Thanks for the tip on the dehydrator. I’m dying to get one of these.

    October 10, 2011
  • Gorgeous! I don’t usually like sun dried tomatoes, it’s one of the rare things that I’m not keen on… but these look so inspiring.

    October 10, 2011
  • Love the look of these Molly. I would go crazy photographing them, so pretty.

    October 12, 2011

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