Since the tomatoes were previously frozen, they're mushy and easy to put through the sieve. Of course "easy" is relative (God, I hope Santa brings me a tomato mill this year.).
The tomato juice, after going through the sieve:
Cooking the juice down. I simply simmer it 'til it's thick enough, then ladel it into ziplocs for the freezer. I'm too lazy to can it right now. Besides, hiding some of those ziplocs in the bottom of the freezer always makes for a nice surprise in late winter, when I'm really jonesin' for some taste of summer.
While I was at it, I thought I'd dry some more Principe Borgheses. Aren't they pretty?
I think I'll put some of them on some flax bread. Mmmmmmm. Dinner.