D found a bag of “bargain” tomatoes at the Bowl for 99 cents and made them into a sauce.
He and peeled the tomatoes by dipping in boiling water, then removing the skins.
I cut a bunch of chard from the garden and washed it up. D cut the stems and leaves (separately) into inch-ish pieces, and salted them and sauteed them in olive oil, stems starting a few minutes before leaves.
D chose a bottle of Fatto a Mano Carignano that we got at a wine tasting at the Bowl a few months ago. We really enjoyed this. D tried to place a mysterious component of the taste, but couldn’t come up with it. I actually got a moment of lavender off the last drop.
“Fatto a mano” means “Made by hand.”