Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Tomato Juice

My kids absolutely love their Pap.  We visit him almost everyday and their day isn't complete if we don't.  Last Saturday, we went there because  him and my daughter had plan of making tomato juice.  This is the second time they did it.  The first time was a couple of weeks ago with EJ (will post it next time).
For me personally, I preferred canning tomato sauce than juice because with the former, you do not throw any parts of the tomato but with the latter, you throw away some of the meat after the juicewas extracted.
But anyhow, my role is to clean the tomatoes, remove the core out and slice them.
The rest was done with our little princess who love to do these things.
She was singing while cranking the the thing.
Can you tell how much she enjoys it?
Making tomato juice is fun but messy lol.
After that, Pap did  sterelized the bottles and lids then he boiled the juice and caned them.
Just remember....

that a little bit of this
and a little dash of that
makes a sumptuous life...

so Spice Up Your Life.

16 delicious comments:

Rimkogeren said...

Great little cook in action. Give her many greetings

Robin said...

You could make a lot of Bloody Mary's with those!

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anne said...

Rylie would be a great chef one day hehehe nice job little girl

Vernz said...

Rose, bakit ayaw talaga ng anak ko yung tomato ... so sa sabaw nalang .. hahaah... ang dami niyan... ifreeze mu after? Great Job Ry.

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w0rkingAth0mE said...

wow great thing nakakatulong mo na sya, by the way i tried tomato juice but i didn't like it heheh, or maybe there's something wrong on how i did it.

Liza said...

Mukhang enjoy sya talaga. Did she drink some of it?

Cafe au lait said...

Looks like she's having so much fun. Happy Ruby!

eileeninmd said...

Rylie looks liek she is having fun helping out. Great photos! Happy Ruby Tuesday!

TheCunningRunt said...

A Top Chef in the making - great, fun shots!

Auntie E said...

Oh yum Looks like she did a fantastic job.
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Raven said...

What a wonderful way to spend time with your child! She looks like she's having so much fun. Beautiful series of photos. I'm not a tomato fan, but I'll be home made tomato juice tastes better than what you buy in a store.

Clarissa said...

Ang galing ng lil helper mo,Ate Rose at am sure masarap ang iyong tomato juice.Great job,Rylie!!

balik uli ako bukas,luto muna akong dinner.waahh!!medyo busy na naman(T_T)

Dhemz said...

oh my...what a pretty helper....that's a lot of work...ehehehe...sayang nga yong meat nang tomato...sarap ipair sa fish sauce.

Becky Jane said...

Thanks for following me...We used to make tomato juice every fall...gallons and gallons, it was such fun!

Thanks, Becky Jane
Raising kids can be a lot like weeding the rose bed...well worth it, but...OUCH!

spinninglovelydays said...

Bonding time in the kitchen is so nurturing. You get to spend quality time together, the little ones learn, and you usually come up with something to be consumed. :)

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Mel Alarilla said...

It's great that Rylie can already make tomato juice for her grandpa. Rylie is growing up to be a very talented and versatile girl. She really took from you. Thanks for the homey post. God bless you all always.

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