Summer is ending and with it goes all the abundant tomatoes of July and August. Your garden and the farmer’s market may still be overflowing with fresh tomato-y goodness, though. If that’s the case, you’re culinarily obligated to take advantage! Cook up one of these six unusual tomato recipes to wring the last little bit of juice out of your summer. More
Look at that bright, juicy red tomato sliced on your sandwich or chopped in your salad. I bet you didn’t know there’s a good chance that fresh tomato was harvested by someone living in virtual slavery. That’s right: modern slavery is alive and well in America, impacting agricultural practices as well as the food on your plate. More
We have nothing against the canned variety, but there’s nothing quite like fresh tomatoes at the end of summer, when they’re at their peak. Farmer’s markets are teeming with all varieties: Heirloom, cherry, roma and beyond. But finding ways to use them beyond pasta sauce and sandwiches can be a chore, so we did the work for you. Oh, and none of them involve meat, so you can safely try any of these vegetarian or vegan recipes in honor of Meatless Monday, too. More
Right now there are more types of tomatoes at the farmers’ markets than you probably know what to do with, so for this week’s Meatless Monday Recipe Roundup, we’re giving you some ideas. Enjoy:
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We pour tons of money into creams, toners, and masks, while the answer to our skin woes could be sitting on our counter, getting riper and riper. Tomatoes can be a great (and seriously cheap) DIY fix for some skin … More
Tomatoes, Forever: A New York Times photo slideshow of Backyard Farms’ soil-free hydroponic tomato greenhouses in Maine. Dirt? We don’t need no stinkin’ dirt!