Heirloom Tomatos Coming Ripe Any Recipies?

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RE: Heirloom Tomatos Coming Ripe Any Recipies? 2006/08/26 18:37:04 (permalink)
Since you have a restaurant, I would echo some other posters here...serve them plain as a featured appetizer. Unless one is of a certain age, people do not know what a tomato should taste like. I am sure you can amaze them. I would suggest various tomatoes sliced on a plate with some French bread as a palate cleaner.

I would also offer the various whole tomatoes as a take-out so they can enjoy them at home.

Don't forget the seeds...I bet they could be sold at a premium as well.
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RE: Heirloom Tomatos Coming Ripe Any Recipies? 2006/08/26 19:01:03 (permalink)
Boyardee, I'd agree with serving them unadorned. The recipe I posted above is what I do with the ones that have bad spots or 'overactive' cores.

I made it a couple of weeks ago and added jumbo lump crabmeat before I tossed it with the pasta and brie.

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