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Tomato time


Published: Wed, August 14, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

Tomato time

Gardeners await that first red-ripe summer tomato as eagerly as Great Britain awaited its new heir to the throne.

We anxiously watch for those little green balls to ripen into the glorious redness that shouts juicy and delicious. The backyard tomato far outranks the taste of any supermarket variety, and that’s why we devour bushels of them when they arrive.

Recipes for one of this seasons most popular vegetable see Tomato Time on C2.

Score big with pork

Football season is around the corner, and that can only mean one thing — it’s time to tailgate. With competition on the field heating up, you’ve probably already chosen your favorite team. When it comes to deciding what to eat at your tailgate before kick-off, there are plenty of meats to choose from — and this year, the clear MVP is pork.

A recipe for Cuban Pork Adobo Chops on C2.

Grilling ideas

These warm months offer a great excuse to fire up the grill and invite the neighbors over. The opportunities are endless when it comes to backyard grilling, so give the burgers a break and serve up a light, fresh and delicious alternative — shrimp.

Caught wild in warm, salty, nutrient-rich waters, shrimp from the Gulf of Mexico have a luscious and flavorful taste. Because of this rich flavor, you won’t need many ingredients to create a meal so savory your guests will be coming back for seconds. This easy-to-grill crowd favorite can take on a plethora of different flavors.

A recipe for Grilled Citrus Shrimp on C2.SFLB


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