There's something magical about the tomato, the succulent fruit that in ideal form bursts with flavor and juice and can be used in oh-so-many ways. Hint: The best ones also come in shades of green and orange -- not just ruby red.
We worship the tomato here, with everything from news to growing tips (think choosing the best for container gardens, eliminating end rot, and avoiding toxic chemicals), to slicing and dicing them for a wide range of menu options (perhaps Raw Tomato Basil Pasta Sauce, Kiwi and Jalapeño Salsa, or Moroccan Stuffed suit your fancy?).
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Of course, the story for the past week was the unremitting heat. One of the great things to serve on a hot day is a pasta salad. You make it ahead of time, and let the flavours meld together and then serve it at room
During heat waves in my childhood, my mother would send us outside with thick slabs of sweet, dripping watermelon.
Now that my tomatoes are done producing for 2009, like all the other gardeners I know, I am planning to do better in 2010. Priority #1
Sometimes a picture says it all. Eric Henry, of green t-shirt pioneers TS Designs, posted this on his Facebook page. The focus isn't what it could be, so for those who can't read it - it's a tomato, proudly
The fresh, colorful produce overflowing from market stalls and corner-store display stands even
Now that it is August, I will share the recipe that I make only during this month, the one that my family waits the entire year to enjoy. I have been making this pasta from memory for many years so I had to think long and hard about when I first ate it