Tomatoes are second in popularity only to potatoes in the United States. We grow small salad tomatoes, cherry, plum, and heirloom varieties.
• Hold tomatoes at room temperature for up to 1 week
• Cut tomatoes deteriorate quickly
• Not fully ripe tomatoes will continue to ripen stored out of the sun at room temperature
• Make sauces, salsas, and purees for winter eating.
• Sauté, bake, broil, grill, or eat them raw
• Slice tomatoes and arrange on a plate. Drizzle with olive oil or a vinaigrette, chopped fresh basil or parsley and salt and pepper.
• Add tomato chunks to summer soups and pasta sauces
• Sauté plum tomatoes and add to an omelet
• Hollow-out partially, stuff and bake or grill
• Roast halved tomatoes on a lightly oiled baking pan in at 250 in oven for l hour (season with minced garlic and fresh, chopped basil before you pop them in the oven)