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It's Almost The Peak Of Heirloom Tomato Season

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Oh my, nothing really compares to vegetables in August and September. In particular, early autumn brings the peak of heirloom tomatoes. I adore heirlooms and find they should be showcased and the center of the dish that is being created. We've also taken a liking for Burrata this summer, so I mixed the two to create a lovely side salad. It's recommended to purchase them and enjoy within a couple of days and always store them at room temperature.


Here are a few of our favorite varieties! Cherokee Purple. This very large, beefsteak variety is purple or very dark red. It’s deeply flavored and rich with a firm, dense texture. Slice these tomatoes thickly and serve with brined cheeses such as feta or with a sweet drizzle of honey.Marvel Stripe. This large, beefsteak variety is yellow with interior blush. It’s mild, sweet and fruity with low acidity. These tomatoes are juicy and soft and are wonderful for gazpacho, paired with balsamic vinegar as a tomato relish or with earthy clothbo…