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Roasting fresh plum tomatoes makes for a rich, thick soup -- it's our go-to dish as the season transitions from summer to fall.

Source: Everyday Food, July/August 2012



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  • MsKris1128
    24 AUG, 2017
    Best tomato soup I've ever had. Shared it and received the same. Wish I could post my picture of it !
  • MS10603064
    25 FEB, 2016
    When I had an excess of homegrown tomatoes from my garden this summer, I roasted them with onions and garlic, then I froze them. Then during the winter, I made this soup and thought about summer.
  • nursenina
    16 SEP, 2013
    Thanks for pointing out where the tarragon goes in. I missed it when I read the directions. Still need to try this.
  • MS10593083
    12 SEP, 2013
    This is an outstanding soup! The colour and flavour is so robust. Great use of the abdundance of garden tomatoes this time of year. I didn't change a thing, and that is rare for is perfect as is. I loved the tarragon..probably my favourite herb but would not have thought to put it in tomato soup...probably would have gone with basil or oregano, but the tarragon was fantastic. I served it with grilled cheese sandwiches.
  • marinasteger
    11 SEP, 2013
    The taragon is toward the end of step 3.
  • tourmalinedream
    11 SEP, 2013
    Yes, I think she forgot the tarragon....or perhaps the title was added later and didn't realize that it did not include it. Yes, she double dips her spoon...she is the only one there in the kitchen tasting and she is not serving it to what is the big deal. I love her ease on camera and the little jokes and repartee that goes refreshing to other presenters that are stick figure, so stone faced, fake or worried about their image and do not show any bit of themselves.
  • nursenina
    11 SEP, 2013
    Did I miss something? When does the tarragon go in?
  • rcc90
    11 SEP, 2013
    Gayla, This is for a video. She can do whatever she wants!
  • MS10267038
    11 SEP, 2013
    I wish I knew where to leave a message for Sarah Carey. I love her videos and look forward to them each weekday. But, one thing drives me nuts and that is her double dipping. She often tastes with a spoon, adds more seasonings and then uses the same spoon to taste again! Please be aware of this.

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