14 Responses to “chepup for ketchup lovers”

  1. Tracey says:

    I have several ketcup lovers in my family too. Sadly, this year I didn’t put up any ketcup or salsa. Next year will be a different story!
    I love that your husband plates your food! Is he a chef? That is one of my top 5 jobs to have, except it calls for speed and stress in the kitchen. I always start dinner early so I don’t have the stress or feel rushed. Guess that’s why I don’t get paid for what I do. 😉 xx

    • Rachel says:

      That stress and required speed is what has me shying away from dinner preparations. Dan isn’t a chef but he aspires – much to the benefit of us all. 🙂

  2. swanski says:

    We did not grow enough tomato plants so we are eating them as they ripen. I think homemade ketchup would taste better than the bottled!!

  3. Kathryn says:

    And you guys get after me about my ketchup use. And I don’t even use it on fries let alone potatoes. Tsk tsk…..

    Really, it looks delicious though.

  4. Someday the 7th will thank you for the pressure. It looks and sounds wonderful.. Sadly I only planted 1 Roma this year. That was all they had at the farmers market where I purchased my seedlings. I should have hunted more down. I know better.

    Blessings, Debbie

  5. angie says:

    Oh wow! I’ve been meaning to look up a ketchup recipe! I’ll have to give this a try. Our own tomatoes are pretty much gone, but I’m pretty sure I can still get plenty at the farmers market. Is there enough vinegar in this recipe to do a hot water bath canning?

  6. Corrabelle says:

    So funny, we just made ketchup a couple of weeks ago! yummy-once you’ve had homemade the store bought stuff just doesn’t cut it!

  7. I tried ketchup once when I was a kid on the farm, it was awful, disgusting, GROSS! A huge waste of tomatoes was the verdict. 🙁 I guess I just needed your recipe! 🙂

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