Fruits of my labor

So I mentioned the farmers market in Boston. It’s over between Quincy Marketplace and the wharf area of Boston.

Two of the things I picked up were 6lbs. of plum tomatoes, and about 3lbs of peeled garlic.

I had some basil and parsley on hand so I cut up the tomatoes, basil and parsley, crushed about a pound of garlic cloves and then mixed with a little bit of olive oil, salt and pepper.

This is what it looked like before going into a 350F oven:

As Prepard
As Prepared

Here they are after being roasted for a couple of hours:

Roasted
Roasted

I’ll post pix once I grind em’ and strain em’ too. They taste FANTASTIC.

And here they are, all ground/processed. Decided against straining. I want it a little chunky.

Processed
Processed

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