From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Capture a taste of summer with this step-by-step tomato canning how-to.
Taste your tomato seeds before using them in a dish: Sometimes the seeds are bitter and can overpower subtle flavors.
Tomatoes taste best when they're in season in late summer, but if you just can't wait, give local greenhouse tomatoes a try.
These juicy red veggies (technically fruit) are at peak season right now and come in so many varieties. Here’s the low-down on the common ones you may find and a recipe for a simple roasted tomato sauce -- perfect for pasta or bread dipping.
The steamy days of August make for outrageously sweet and juicy tomatoes; we've got an idea for every day this month.
Pick some tomatoes up during your next visit to the farmers’ market and whip up some healthy tomato recipes.
Crushed, diced, whole, stewed, tomato paste and sauce -- there are so many canned tomato variations lining the market shelves. Here are some tips for which to use and a few reminders on why you should always check the labels.
Because we’re celebrating tomatoes this week, I went to my farmers' market and bought every kind of tomato I could find. Here’s how I made out.
Summer may be winding down but there are tomatoes, cucumbers still ready for harvest. This simple salad is the perfect side dish to almost any meal.
Pretty soon gardens and farmers’ markets will be overflowing with tomatoes. Don’t dare waste them!