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Kate

That looks really good. And I love the noodles. Actually makes me crave Beef Stroganoff before the weather gets to warm. I haven't made oven roasted tomatoes in years but they're a terrific addition to a sandwich as well.

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I've been waiting for you to post this one. glad it turned out so beautifully.

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I make tomatoes like that often -- they're good in a pasta dish as well, or even in a salad. Although I don't think I've done it with canned ones before. I usually just do it with roma tomatoes that are kind of tasteless otherwise (like, out of season).

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This looks so good, I just forwarded it to my husband saying that I'd love for him to make this dish some time! :D

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How much red wine? It's mentioned in the title and directions but missing in the ingredient list.

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you forgot to add red wine to the ingredient list.
looks like a great recipe, i'm going to try it on my family tomorrow. i'll leave out a few things since i don't have them on hand, and use kalamata olives instead (no nicoise here in sweden apparently), hope it turns out good. i especially like the marinating step--all dry so no paper towels needed i hope next morning.

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Awesome!!!! I liked this blog very much, specially this recipes because i love the tomatoes like principal ingredient . The tomatoes is rich in antioxidants, have many vitamin and even can help you too keep your youth. So if you don’t eat it frequently I recommend you at least twice per week.

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I'm browning my beef now and noticed and wondering how much RED WINE???
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I just made and eating this yummy stew now. Very delicious :))
I used about 1/3 of a bottle of Tempranillo(red wine).

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