How to use up Tomato Sauce/Paste leftovers

Photo by James Ransom published on Food 52

When preparing something that includes tomato sauce and you made much more than what you needed, therefore you end up with some leftovers… but you don’t want to waste it, you don’t have to! Here are some suggestions from Food 52 and The Food Network + How to store tomato paste tips by The Kitchn:

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Recipe: Homemade Baguette from scratch with Tomato-Basil Pesto & cream cheese

IMG_4415.PNGGet the Original Recipe for the Baguette here, for the Tomato Pesto here* and for a basic Basil Pesto here

Still harvesting my Basil from the balcony garden, and now to enjoy it in pesto on my first homemade baguette. I feel satisfied… and hungry!

Eat Good, Feel Good!
Homemade tastes better

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Recipe: California Sandwich

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What to eat this month – June

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Tomato tip: crushed eggshells via @LilFarmBigCity

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crush or grind eggshells and put them at the base of your tomato plants

A little tip for growing tomatoes: crush or grind eggshells and spread them at the base of your tomato plants. They will love the calcium released from the eggshells over time.

Don’t have time to crush eggshells and sprinkle them on your garden every time you use eggs? Save them up in a bowl in your fridge for a week or two and then run them through a grinder or crush them by hand before spreading them around the base of your plants.

Another tip: before you put your tomato seedlings in the ground, “plant” a whole egg in the bottom of the hole before you put your tomato plant in. As the egg breaks down, it will release nutrients into the soil.

Source: Little Farm in the BIg City blog