Totally Tomato Cookbook

Front Cover
Ten Speed Press, 1996 - Cooking - 96 pages
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Whether you consider it a fruit or a vegetable, everyone can agree that the tomato is a vital recipe ingredient for sauces, salads, soups, starters, sandwiches, and more. In this handy pocket-size guide, you'll discover a wealth of possibilities for this all-purpose food with recipes from rich tomato salsas to a tangy Tomato Lime Ice and a flavorful Tomato Cheese Pie.

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Tomatoe Sized Book

User Review  - berto1952 -

I guess I thought this book would have been a little bigger but it is closer to the size of a large tomato. This is the second item on my list of Christmas gifts that has been a little disappointing ... Read full review

About the author (1996)

Fran Bigelow studied at the California Culinary Academy. Her chocolates are favorites in Seattle, where she runs two branches of Fran's Chocolates, and her thriving mail-order and Internet business can be found at Los Angeles food writer Helene Siegel has written more than forty cookbooks, including the Food Network's "Too Hot Tamales and the best-selling "Totally Cookbook series.

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