Yellow Tomato Soup; soups for the freezer — 7 Comments

  1. I cannot abide food waste either – I freeze too and I believe it is a money saving system especially if the produce is home grown. Grow, freeze and eat the following season is my mantra !!

  2. Congrats on the Kindle! And happy belated Birthday (I’m the 13th.) Love the garden shots and thanks for the freezing tips!)

  3. Happy Birthday Katie! I love making soups of all kinds – and using frozen summer veggies is the perfect way! How many free books do you get with a Kindle….does that include cook books too….maybe I want one now!

  4. Happy Birthday and Happy Glorious Twelfth. Twelfth strikes me as a really funny word, now that I try to type it. Talk about a tongue-twister! Makes me feel bad for people who are trying to learn English.

  5. How fabulous! Especially as I just uploaded my out of print novel Place Last Seen to Kindle (Picador brought it out in 2000, it’s been languishing out of print since 2003) — for only 2.99 even! Apologies for the shameless self-promotion — but publishing to the Kindle made me happier than any publishing event in years … so simple, so clean, no agents or publishers …

  6. Happy birthday! And thank you for the great freezing advice and recipe. Your garden appears ravenously healthy – Good luck with all of the labor keeping it at bay!

  7. manningroad, I have a freezer just for vegetables, and it’s packed to bursting at the moment… time to quit.
    Kirsten, thank you – and Happy Belated to you as well ;-))
    Ina, thank you – there are over a million available I haven’t checked to thoroughly yet…. the Kindle will hold around 3400 at a time.
    Zoomie… thanks. I have had fun with other words with people learning English….
    Charlotte, shameless self-promotion accepted…. Congrats and thanks for the tip.
    Viviane, Thanks…My garden is going crazy and my freezer is full….