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December 10, 2007


Yolanda Elizabet

Mmmmmmmmmm, that sounds delicious, unfortunately I don't have a smoker. I dry my tomatoes in the oven and then preserve them in olive oil with lots of herbs and garlic. That's very yummy too!

Annie in Austin

Oh, Chigiy -those look good - but having an oversupply of tomatoes here would be a miracle. A couple of years ago we bought some smoked tomatoes from an Austin organic farm. They only sell them at their farmstand.

What a great way to enjoy them all year!

Annie at the Transplantable Rose


These do look good! Have you ever tried to do sun dried tomatoes?


Your dried tomatoes sound delicious.
The good thing about smoked tomatoes is you don't have to worry about preserving them in anything. The smoke is a great preservative.

Thank you for the link.

I have dried tomatoes in the dehydrator but not in the sun. I have dried apricots in the sun before.


"Aren't they hard to keep lit?" That's a classic!

They look good, very good.

Carol, May Dreams Gardens


They are yummy, and hard to keep lit.


This sounds incredible, Chigiy. I don't have a smoker, but honestly, I would consider getting one just for this purpose.

And can I just mention how jealous I am that you're still harvesting tomatoes? Because I am extremely jealous. Really.


judi leaming

Blue Mesa restaurant in Austin, TX smokes the tomatoes and then uses them to make incredible salsa!

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