In many parts of the States, we're headed into the last gasp of tomato season. It happens every year, as sure as the first fallen leaf and the first day of school--one week, the markets are overflowing with swollen red tomatoes, still smelling of the vine they grew on; and the next week, they're gone, and with them, the final days of summer.
In the Northeast, this hasn't been the greatest tomato season. But no matter where you are, it's worth celebrating the best of the last crop. Recipes to make the most of your tomato haul, after the jump.
- Tarragon Chicken
- Pasta with Corn, Arugula, and Tomatoes
- Grilled Steak with Tomatoes and Pesto
- Flattened Chicken with Tomato-Saffron Vinaigrette on Arugula
- Buttermilk Bacon Corn Salad Tomatoes
- Spaghetti all'Aglio e Olio with Marinated Summer Vegetables
- Tomatoes All Dressed Up for Summer
- Burnt Ricotta Salata, Tomatoes, and Olives
- Green Penne with Basil-Spinach Pistou, Roasted Cherry Tomatoes, and Filet
Any more eleventh-hour tomato recipes to share?
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