Category Archives: tomato

Tomato Arugula Pasta

In my never-ending quest to put together simple and healthy dinners, a good quick pasta sauce is almost always a winner. In this case, there’s very little innovation here, with the exception of cooking the arugula. By giving it a … Continue reading

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Pickled Green Tomatoes

Life has been nuts lately. Lots of evening activities followed by having to work part of the weekend equals no time for blogging. I’m working my way back in here. I posted to Facebook that I had green tomatoes, and … Continue reading

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Chakchouka

I never really meant to make this recipe. I found it in that great CSA-friendly cookbook The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook: A Delicious Alternative for Lifelong Health, and posted it to the farm blog because it uses up a lot of … Continue reading

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Pizza Bomba

Pizza Bomba is basically fried pizza balls. It’s nothing that it would have ever occurred to me to try at home, had Jamie Oliver not suggested it. Pizza Bomba was also the occasion for a real come to Jesus talk … Continue reading

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Roasted Tomato Soup

The tomato abundance is amazing. Our farmer has literally harvested over a ton of tomatoes so far this season, and it still has two months to go. So I get a good sized bag of tomatoes every week. Mostly this … Continue reading

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Stuffed Peppers

One of the fun parts of blogging about food is that when people write to me, in addition to whatever else they want to share, they usually tell me what they are cooking, which often inspires my own experimentation. Such … Continue reading

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Tomato Consomme

I’m back to writing about food! Tomato consomme is not the sort of thing I would normally make. It’s not that it is hard, exactly, and it’s not even that it takes too long. The problem for me is that … Continue reading

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