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There was a time this summer that if you walked into my parent's kitchen, most of the island counter space was covered with tomatoes from their garden. Actually I should say "our" garden, as I prep, plant, weed, prune the four sunny garden beds at my parent's house. Mom harvests, and everyone shares. Which is a good thing, because when you are overloaded with produce you want people to share it with! Things are definitely slowing down in both mom and dad's garden and mine. Here at the tail end of summer, we both have more green tomatoes than red, but there were still more than enough ripe tomatoes to make this roasted tomato soup.
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There's a word in Japanese, subarashii (すばらしい), that means "splendid" or "magnificent", a fitting word to describe Nancy Singleton Hachisu's stunning cookbook Japanese Farm Food. From the moment you pick up this book and touch its indigo cloth spine, and feel the heft of almost 400 pages, you know there is something magical inside. Open the book and far from being disappointed, you are awed by the gentle beauty of the photos, the layout, of everything. This is a beautifully crafted work, clearly a labor of love, and reflective of a life rich in love, community, hard work, and great food.
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