If you've been reading my blog for awhile, you might have noticed that I don't usually make my paragraphs very long.
What do I mean? Well, I just did it right here.
If I use my handy dandy "enter" button, I can make a new paragraph.
Look! I did it again! Did you catch that?
Wow! It happened again!
Would you look at that? It keeps happening. I just use my enter button and it makes a new paragraph.
Are you seeing this? It's amazing.
With my enter button, I can make a few sentences seem like a longer introduction, even though it's really not very many words at all.
I like my enter button. I would like to write a shout-out to him, right here on my blog:
Thank you, dear Enter Button, for always being there when I need you.
You're pretty cool, and I thought you deserved a right and proper "thank you" where you're used often, my blog introductions.
If it wasn't for you, I would have to mush all of my words together or press my space bar about a million times to make a new paragraph, and that would be really annoying. But, if I just held the space bar it could probably take your place, even though it would be more inconvenient than you.
So thank you, dear Enter Button, for being more convenient than holding down my space bar. I appreciate it.
If you every break, Space Bar would like you to know that he could take over your job until you're better, but you'll always be a better paragraph-maker than him.
Thank you, Enter Button.
TOMATO PESTO SAUCE
- 3 (14.5 ounce) cans petite diced tomatoes
- 1 (29 ounce) tomato sauce
- 1/2 cup pesto
- Put all of the ingredients in a Crock pot and cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Note: This is just a starting point. You could add more or less tomatoes, change the amount of pesto, put raw chicken in the Crock pot and let it cook with the sauce, stir in some chopped vegetables, add more spices, etc.