You Say Tomato: Peel, Chop, Roast, Dry, Freeze, Preserve, Cook, Eat, and Enjoy

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Broadway Books, 1998 - Cooking - 276 pages
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A fresh, ripe, still-warm-from-the-sun tomato with a sprinkling of coarse salt. A mug of creamy thick tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich. A bed of linguine topped with chunks of tomato and lobster. Chicken breasts filled with homemade oven-roasted tomato tapenade. Freshly pressed cold tomato juice ready and waiting for the perfect Bloody Mary.
No matter how you say tomato, or how you eat it, "You Say Tomato offers 250 international recipes featuring this versatile, beloved fruit.

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You say tomato: peel, chop, roast, dry, freeze, preserve, and enjoy

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Weir's compendium of more than 250 recipes, tomato history and lore, and even gardening tips will satisfy any tomato lover (and any gardener facing an overabundance at the end of the season). Weir is ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

Joanne Weir is a San Francisco-based author, cooking teacher, and chef.  Her first cookbook, From Tapas to Meze (Crown, 1994), was nominated for a James Beard Cookbook Award and was selected by Julia Child as one of her twelve favorite cookbooks of 1994.

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