Salmon is such a rich fish that it can stand up to the piquant bite of the ginger, sweet acidity of the tomato, and heat of the jalapeño in this sauce.
Everything you love about your favorite Mexican breakfast—or lunch, brunch, or dinner!—in a cozy, comforting bowl.
While we usually think of tarte tatin as a sweet skillet-roasted dessert, this wonderfully savory version was inspired by late summer tomatoes. The tomatoes are cooked in an intriguing sherry vinegar-based caramel, topped with a classic piecrust dough, (puff pastry makes a great stand in) and baked until the tomatoes burst with flavor and the crust turns golden. The tart is then inverted on to a platter and served with a dollop of umami-rich creamy anchovy mayonnaise.
If you’ve read any article about how to cook a good steak, chances are you know the importance of letting meat rest once it has cooked: 10 minutes at a minimum. Slice the skirt steak against the grain, and serve it with plenty of your fresh, summery, bright sauce spooned over top.
Make your entire dinner in one pot—you don’t even need to drain the pasta! In fact, by cooking the pasta in the pot with the sausage and tomatoes, the pasta absorbs even more flavor.
This dish is perfect use of the end-of-summer vegetables that make our food look and taste so clean and healthful!
Classic Caprese gets a major upgrade with this easy, cheesy chicken Caprese skillet!
The brisket can be made well in advance and frozen -- or make it the day you serve it to perfume the house with a heady savory aroma.
For a light fresh start to a meal, or in large glasses for lunch, this gazpacho is best when tomatoes are at their peak. Cucumber and parsley bring a green element to the flavor and the red wine vinegar and tomato paste balance the sour and sweet flavors of the chilled soup. A dollop of herbed mascarpone finishes the dish like mozzarella in a Caprese salad.
A savory cobbler topped with cheddar buttermilk biscuits and filled with chipotle-roasted cherry tomatoes, fresh sweet corn, and delectable caramelized onions – it is sure to be the hit of whatever party you bring it to!
Creamy béchamel and a meaty tomato sauce make this the standard-setter for lasagnas.
Classic grilled cheese meets the classic Italian antipasto for a new delizioso take on a beloved family-favorite recipe.
Equally at home at a luncheon or as a side dish for steak or fish, these stuffed tomatoes add retro-cool and delicious flavor to any plate.
This pasta dish uses Meyer lemon and olive oil along with fresh basil for flavor, but it's infinitely adaptable, to your taste. Use other herbs, fresh or dried, that you like. Use lime and cilantro and add some hot pepper for a completely different version.
There is nothing like summer tomato salads to give “fresh” a new meaning. You can choose just one bean or a mixture, which looks attractive, to mix with colorful heirloom tomatoes.
You've never had salmon like this before. With a flavorful basil-and-olive-oil crust and grilled to perfection, it is complemented by a fresh, homemade salsa.
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