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You Say Tomato by Joanne Weir

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  • Farmer's market summer tomato salad

    • wester on July 08, 2014

      A nice fresh salad. I wasn't overly precise in the exact ingredients or amounts, and it still worked. I'm not sure adding milk when salting the onions adds anything to just salting them (and rinsing after 30 mins) so I'm going to try without the milk next time.

  • Tomato-lentil salad

    • wester on April 08, 2017

      A tasty, colorful and substantial salad. I think I will use less lentils next time. I made the basil variation, I used Beluga lentils, and left out olives and cheese.

  • Sonoran tomato sauce

    • marnone on April 05, 2017

      Indian Shrimp and Tomato Pilaf- Made this with canned tomatoes to boost the flavor. Followed the recipe closely- the only substitutions made were red onions instead of yellow and Kashmiri powder instead of jalapeno. This came out quite bland- I was very surprised since each of the cooked, savory components (yogurt - coconut sauce, sauteed onions) was very flavorful. However, once the basmati was poured over the yogurt sauce, everything fell flat. Cooking time took twice as long as the recipe stated, but that was not a bother. In addition, the recipe says to pour the rice on top of the sauce, and I baked it that way, but after tasting, I felt the dish would be better if I mixed them together. Nah- still bland.

  • Tomato and herbed ricotta salata salad

    • wester on June 03, 2014

      I used feta instead of ricotta salata. The cheese-herb mixture was very flavorful but a bit dry.

  • Almond-crusted trout with tomato and pepper salad

    • wester on May 03, 2012

      I thought the crust on the trout was too thick and did not really taste of almond, which I would have liked. The salad was quite nice, but I thought the taste was a bit too strong to go with the subtle trout-almond combination.

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  • ISBN 10 0767901355
  • ISBN 13 9780767901352
  • Published Mar 01 1999
  • Format Paperback
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Broadway Books (A Division of Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc)
  • Imprint Broadway Books (A Division of Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc)

Publishers Text

Joanne Weir has written the most exciting cookbook of the summer for tomato gardeners and cooks alike. If you grow tomatoes, you'll never have to give extras away again (unless you want to). Includes 250 international recipes for sauces, first courses, soups, salads, savory pies, tarts, pizzas and flatbreads; pasta and grains, breads, sandwiches, eggs, seafood, beef, veal, lamb and pork; chicken, duck and rabbit; side dishes, beverages, ketchup and condiments. Even a few desserts. You'll find many ways to enjoy them.

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