tomatoesTomatoes: is there anything more emblematic of local eating than a fresh-from-the-garden, ruby red, bursting with flavor, sun-ripened summer tomato? I don’t think so.

Even here in the chilly Northeast, we are blessed with a pretty substantial tomato season: the first cherries and Early Girls start showing up in mid-June to early July and, in a good year, they keep rolling in until early October (or a killing frost, whichever comes first). Below you’ll find some of my favorite ways to enjoy them fresh and put ’em up for the long, tomato-less off season. Enjoy!

I haven’t updated in a while? Be sure to check the tomato category for the latest & greatest.





Check the preserves page (scroll down to tomatoes) for the most up-to-date listing of tomato preserves.

One comment

  1. Cindy

    Thank you for having all this wonderfulness in one place…. other impacts on my life make it difficult to spend the time searching for favorite recipes – and you seem to have gathered them all in one spot for me! I can now spend more time in my garden harvesting, more time in my kitchen prepping, and more time in my life addressing the other overwhelming issues that I wish were not part of me! Your organization has been more appreciated than you could know –

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