When I was out visiting my parents a few days ago, my mom mentioned that spaghetti sauce was on sale at the local grocery store for $1.99, less than half its regular price. So I went on over and loaded up a cart with four each of all six flavors that didn't have cheese ingredients (some of us can't tolerate dairy). I got a few funny looks in the checkout line as they were my only purchase, but I just let them wonder!
Felt kinda funny considering all the tomatoes we grew this year! But Classico spaghetti sauce is not a bad thing to have on hand. I tried to make spaghetti sauce with a batch of very ripe yellow tomatoes last week and cooked down, it was a very unattractive yellow-brown color that would not have appealed to my rather aesthetically sensitive (picky?) children. So I froze the pureed brown tomato sauce into smallish bags and popped them in the freezer. When we opened a jar of spaghetti sauce for supper the other night, I quietly slipped in a frozen bag of puree to bulk up the quantity of the meal. It turned the commercial sauce a touch darker, but I didn't mention it, and nobody noticed.