Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Tomato Prize Pack

I look forward to tomato season all year. Because I don’t have a garden, it always starts for me when the hot house tomatoes appear at my local farmers market. Then, there comes a trickle of small tomatoes like sungold and cherry tomatoes. And then finally, the torrent. Tables heaped with heirlooms, slicers, and sturdy paste tomatoes.

Because I know that tomato season is fleeting, I make a point of canning at least 100 pounds of tomatoes each season (and sometimes more!). I can them whole, make puree, and cook pans of tomatoes down into thick, flavorful pastes. I also like to employ a little help and so occasionally turn to a package of Mrs. Wages salsa or pasta sauce. Made from spices, dehydrated herbs, citric acid, and salt, these packets are such a time saver and create a finished product that makes my home cooking delicious.

This week, I’m giving away a whole assortment of Mrs. Wages Tomato seasoning mixes. The basket will contain an assortment of mixes, including classic salsa, ketchup, and much more. If you’re interested in a chance to win this giant package of tomato canning goodness, use the widget below.

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73 Responses to Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Tomato Prize Pack

  1. 51
    Liz Lindsey says:

    You get together the best give-aways! this will be great to win!

  2. 52
    Tina Bertrand says:

    Love your giveaways!

  3. 53
    Britt says:

    Plain, salsa, and tomato jam hopefully!

  4. 54
    katklaw777 says:

    Roasting and then freezing…yum!

  5. 55
    Jan Elmore says:

    Tomatoes are my fave produce to put up. Canned, stewed, pureed, marinara, paste….love it all. I have never tried the giveaway product and would love to try it out.

  6. 56
    Karen Lewis says:

    My first year to try canning! I’m excited!

  7. 57
    Kymm fox says:

    This is a great prize!!!!

  8. 58
    Carol Olsen says:

    I would love this for all the tomatoes from my garden!

  9. 59
    Claudette says:

    It’s been a wet season, so hoping for the best with my tomato crop. Salsa for sure, but also have a fabulous end of summer tomato sauce that I batch can and it last through spring.

  10. 60
    Cherie Perez says:

    I would love this! I make fresh salsa a lot but sometimes I’m in a hurry so I have to buy it and it doesn’t taste like my own! Seeing your post made me realize I can make my own and store it!

  11. 61
    Pamela Caldwell says:

    Salsa is so good for you and making it your self is the best

  12. 62
    Carol Volkmann says:

    Would love to win these. Thanks for the chance

  13. 63
    Jeanne says:

    I would love to try the salsa and ketchup mixes this year. My local stores don’t carry Mrs. Wages mixes.

  14. 64
    steven johnson says:

    Just started salsa season up here in Wisconsin. Peach salsa , 2 batches in the root cellar already. I batch was the first from our very own peach tree. We planted 24 tomato plant this year. Salsa , pasta sauces , bruschetta , chilli starter and our own version of diced tomatoes with chili’s . Love Mrs Wages and Marisha food and jars recipes.

  15. 65
    Allyson W says:

    Love Mrs Wages pizza sauce mix!!!!

  16. 66
    Nina says:

    I usually make your basic sauce base and then jazz it up as either marinara sauce or thicken it a bit more to make pizza sauce. Haven’t tried these mixes yet!

  17. 67
    Lauren says:

    Unfortunately my tomatoes fried when I was out of town and a soaker hose went out. I’m getting ready to plant my fall crop – looking forward to putting up some sauces in a couple months!

  18. 68
    Kim says:

    Love Mrs. Wages!

  19. 69
    Lisa from Iroquois says:

    I’ve never worked with pre-packaged seasonings when I can tomatoes. It would be interesting to try something different this year.

  20. 70
    Jillian Too says:

    I’m planning on salsa and a classic sauce.

  21. 71
    Nora says:

    I have tomatoes coming out of my ears! Hoping to try and can some salsa and tomato sauce. My grandmother always did and I would love to carry on the tradition 🙂

  22. 72
    Angela says:

    Hope to get to spicy salsa and crushed tomatoes this year.

  23. 73
    Margot C says:

    Well, I have to buy the tomatoes, here in SoCal you would think it would be easy to grow them, but it’s not! Any way, I want to make sauce, and salsa and ketchup.

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