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An Ode to Tomatoes…in Haiku

25 August 2017

Heirlooms everywhere
Red, green, yellow, purple, striped
Add oil and salt

Photo by Melissa Cohn

Savory fruits in disguise, tomatoes are summer’s treasures. Abundant in variety, color, shape, size and taste, there are countless ways to integrate these gems into your summer menus. Snack on them fresh from the vine with a pinch of salt and drizzle of your favorite Extra Virgin Olive Oil or make tiny heirlooms the focus of a copious pasta al fresco, blistered and beautiful.

Photo by Melissa Cohn

Photo by Melissa Cohn

Palisades Peaches, Tomatoes, Basil, Fried Bread, Kalamata Olive Caramel, and Mozzarella

Red Wagon Heirloom Tomato Toast with stracciatella, farm basil, coppa, saba, and EVOO at Acorn

Buy by the bushel
Sliced, grilled, fried, or turned into
A marinara!

Burrata and Heirloom Tomatoes at Porter House Bar and Grill, photo by Melissa Hom

Esqueixada with grated yellow tomato and olives at Barcelona Wine Bar & Restaurant

Bloody Mary at The Palm Court

Growing on a vine
Baking in the summer sun
A round perfection

Heirloom Tomatoes at L’Amico

Watermelon and Heirloom Tomato Salad at L’Amico

Heirloom Tomato Pizza at L’Amico

Juicy fruit, so sweet
Or are you a vegetable?
I’ll eat regardless

Photo by Melissa Cohn

Photo by Melissa Cohn

Heirloom Tomato Galette using heirloom tomatoes from Union Square Greenmarket and Botticelli Extra Virgin Olive Oil.  Recipe by Jake Cohen at Tasting Table.