Found this jewel in the New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service tomato canning recipes. http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_e/e-323.pdf I wanted a thicker sauce than my slicing tomatoes/beefsteaks & cherries would otherwise give me. Think this will do the trick. Plan to use with whatever hot peppers are ripe - jalapeno, Bulgarian carrot, serrano, cayenne. Moi caliente! EDIT - I have made my first 8 pints - I shredded my big quartered beefsteaks & slicers in the Cuisinart using the shredding disc because my food mill was making them into thin tomato juice - didn't notice skins at all in the smooth flavorful final product! I plan to use this more as a taco sauce given how thick & smooth this sauce has turned out. I used the proscribed jalapenos & giant marconis for the long green chiles (same size & mildness) - turned out mild-medium - won't burn out any but the tenderest of mouths as written. Will be making at least another 3 or 4 batches - peppers will be similar in size but vary with what the garden gives us.