Tomato Recipes

At the peak of their season, tomatoes hardly need other ingredients (besides maybe some salt and pepper) to let their flavors shine through. From beefsteak to San Marzano, each type of tomato adds a unique level of sweetness, acidity and flavor to a dish. Tomatoes fit into so many spots in the culinary world, from Caprese salads to gratins. You can even make a sorbet from them, as Andrew Zimmern does. “It’s the best and most interesting way you’ve never utilized your favorite tomatoes,” he says. “I make this recipe all summer long with everything from orange sunburst cherry tomatoes to Valencias to German Striped: The bigger the acidity and sweetness of the tomatoes, the better.” F&W’s guide offers every way you could possibly use your tomatoes, with chef-inspired recipes and easy-to-follow videos.

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Food & Wine: 30 Days of Perfect Summer Tomatoes
30 Days of Perfect Summer Tomatoes
Summer means many things, but one of the best is tomato season. Tomatoes picked at the height of summer are the most delicious, juiciest, plump red fruits you may ever come across. From cute, little cherry tomatoes to gorgeous, colorful heirlooms, you will never run out of varieties to cook with. And thanks to us, you will never run out of recipes. We dare you to cook with tomatoes every day for 30 days with incredible recipes like chilled tomato soup with parsley-olive salsa, fried green tomato double cheeseburger and risotto-style penne with tomatoes and zucchini blossoms. We've got everything from no-cook recipes that honor tomatoes in their purest form to transformative recipes that push the boundaries of your imagination. As you scroll down the list, know that we are just as excited as you are for tomato season. Happy cooking! — Morgan Goldberg

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