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    You Say "Tomato", I Say "Tomahto"

    Love to love those love apples! The lovely painting is by Anthony Ulinski and is called "Five Tomatoes On Yellow Plate"...
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    Most recipes online from Mr. Price have been from his best-known cookbook, "A Treasury of Great Recipes." This one, however, is based on a recipe from the rare British paperback cookbook, "Cooking Price-Wise," which was a companion to a cooking show in the early 1970s of the same name, hosted by Vincent Price. Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #114672

    Just started making cold soup a few yrs ago when my dil made a wonderful cold apple soup. I was hooked! Have tried several combo's and had several flops, but this one is from a Woman's Day recipe that I tweaked some...its really tasty! Cooking time is actually chilling time

    Recipe #114738

    This is from Graham Kerr, the man who said, "If you are out of salted nuts, the best appetiser is champagne!" This is from Volume 1 of his CBC Television Cookbooks. I also have Volume 3 and it was published in 1969, so this recipe is some kind of late 1960s cocktail party creation. Graham's recipe notes include: "At heart this is a dish that everyone enjoys except those with ulcers and those who have a romantic meeting with someone who isn't at the party." and, "Vodka based creations blend well." I use party rye-sized pumpernickel bread for the "brown bread rounds" he writes of; also, this recipe is for 2 people only so increase if you're serving a crowd (makes a great summer party treat) but don't make them too far ahead.

    Recipe #112315

    I like to make this in the summer when the tomatoes are in season. The combination of tomato, beef, and rosemary is wonderful. This can be made on the stovetop, too, but I double the liquids.

    Recipe #29922

    This is a recipe I got from a very small "mom and pop" restaurant in a small town in Spain when I was stationed there in the USAF. It was near Madrid and the owner was so gracious and friendly that everyone loved going there. For those who have been there and are wondering, it is from Kiko's.

    Recipe #110229

    From Parade magazine. Serve with a side dish of coarse salt.

    Recipe #80650

    2 Reviews |  By Bobtail

    This is from a cook booklet called "Old Fashioned Tomato Recipes" I bought it on a vacation at the beach in North Carolina about 11 years ago. It is simple and easy!!!

    Recipe #94933

    12 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Just pop them on the grill along side whatever else you are cooking!

    Recipe #38565

    This recipe is Southern style fried tomatoes with a mellow cheese sauce over toasted French bread. What could be better comfort food?

    Recipe #48075

    From the Ottawa Citizen. Enjoy!

    Recipe #56518

    1 Reviews |  By yogi

    From the Hot & Spicy & Meatless cookbook with a few changes. It's called 'recycled' because there always seems to be leftover peppers and scallions in the frig, and this is a good way to use them up. If you don't like things too spicy feel free to omit the chilies, or at least seed them first. If you love spicy (like me) add a little extra.

    Recipe #61344

    Full-flavored, versatile and quick, this sauce tastes like you slaved over it for hours and is good to have on hand for busy weeknights. Its possibilities are endless - a sauce for anything from pastas to Italian sausage or meatball sandwiches, to eggplant parmigiana, or as a dipping sauce for fried mozzarella sticks.

    Recipe #77097

    Summer on a plate - simple, fresh and absolutely delicious! I love uncooked tomato sauces in the summer, when the garden has an abundance of juicy, vine-ripened tomatoes. This one is for the garlic and lemon lovers, and it's terrific served cold the next day! (Prep time includes letting tomato sauce sit and blend flavors; cook time is approximate only for tuna steaks.)

    Recipe #77140

    You won't miss the breadcrumb coating in this cheesy, saucy eggplant parmigiana! Perfect accompaniments to this lasagna-like dish would be a crisp green salad and some crusty bread to mop up the extra sauce. (I like to use my own Angie's Bella Marinara sauce in this delicious vegetarian dish, but you can use whatever pasta sauce you prefer.)

    Recipe #77774

    The name says it all! This is an old-fashioned, long-simmering meaty pasta sauce. Add more meats if you wish, and feel free to experiment with ground meats or any other different ideas you may have, but the pork neckbones and sausage are particular to the flavor of the sauce.

    Recipe #78706

    This juicy and tender chicken is scented with the sweetness of tarragon and the healthy flavors of tomatoes, leeks, green onions and garlic (with a little white wine). This would be a nice company dish, or a homey supper served with buttered egg noodles and a salad. Prep time includes marinating, and you could use canned diced tomatoes (to equal 4 cups) instead of fresh to save some time; but in the summer use vegetables right out of the garden!

    Recipe #79118

    This is a refreshing and versatile salad that is best prepared slightly in advance. Juicy little grape tomatoes and crunchy carrots and celery team up with green onions and a sweet-tangy vinaigrette. It's easy and just plain good! Prep time includes marinating in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #81336

    A slow simmer in this tasty tomato-onion-curry blend makes the tenderest meat with the yummiest dumplings. Even though I'm not a "carb addict", I love the versatility and ease of dumplings.

    Recipe #82740

    I literally live on this in the summer when tomatoes are garden-ripe! I prefer this to cooked salsa, and I really load up on the cilantro. Of course, you can adjust the heat and any other ingredient as you wish, but this is the basic recipe. Serve with your favorite tortilla chips. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

    Recipe #83371

    This is a delicious, robust tomato condiment that can accompany grilled foods, curry, or as a mix-in for pasta or a baked potato topping. Try it in the summer with garden-fresh tomatoes - outstanding!

    Recipe #84311

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