Those plump, juicy tomatoes — the ones we crave all winter long — are back in our gardens, our backyards and at our local farmers markets. Today we celebrate with 16 recipes that use the tomato, whether you keep it raw or cook with it.
Spanish chilled tomato soup, also known as "salmorejo," is a creamy raw tomato soup with basic ingredients that will have you thinking you're on a Spanish patio.
This strawberry-tomato bruschetta brings together two of the summer's best produce: Strawberries and tomatoes are showcased in a simple preparation, which is the best way.
Discover a new way to eat green beans and tomatoes with this green bean "pasta" with heirloom cherry tomato marinara — a healthy alternative to wheat pasta.
If you love quinoa, then you're going to love these quinoa-and-spinach-stuffed tomatoes. These are perfect for the bikini season that's upon us.
Craving the salsa at your favorite Mexican restaurant? Try this homemade restaurant-style salsa, and your bound to never leave your home again.
These mini caprese tarts look totally addictive and, with just under five ingredients, are perfect for a quick get-together.
Greek tomato salad is the perfect side salad for those hot summer days when you don't even want to turn on the stove or oven.
These cheesy fresh tomato squares are perfect to take to a summer party.
Bring some cultural flair to your dinners with these feta-stuffed tomatoes.
Indulge in this creamy rosemary-tomato tortellini with a big salad, and your summer meal is complete.
Layer on the goodness with this cheddar zucchini, tomato and onion gratin, perfect for using up your summer produce.
Serve up this polenta tart with heirloom tomatoes as a side dish to grilled fish along with a big bowl of mixed greens, and your guests will be impressed.
Mix up this quinoa caprese salad in a couple of minutes, and you've got a hearty salad for lunch.
The classic version of a great dish, these baked stuffed tomatoes are a twist with black beans, corn and jalapeños.
Traditionally made in the Dominican Republic, this tomato jam is amazing served over ice cream or as an addition to your cheese platters.
Instead of the usual salsa, make this fresh tomato dipping sauce, and serve it alongside crusty bread as an appetizer for your guests or as an easy summer dinner when you're not too hungry.
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