Paste tomatoes

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'Health Kick' has been our go-to sauce tomato for years here, They're nice, compact plants & the fruit is meaty. I also like the fact that they are determinate, allowing us to get everything processed in a relatively compact time frame. We love roasted spaghetti sauce & roasted picante sauce (the roasting really brings out the flavors)!!!

I really bet that good with beef... on specific cuts, let's say Asado, the large section of the rib cage including short ribs and spare ribs.
 

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what is your favorite and why? For me San Marzano. Indeterminate and has flavor. Haven't found another one that fits those 2 qualities.
Red Beefsteak Tomatoes, Heirloom Tomatoes, The only 2 breeds of tomatoes that I really love to grow... Can someone send me seeds... I will be more than happy to grow them for you... :D:D
 

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what is your favorite and why? For me San Marzano. Indeterminate and has flavor. Haven't found another one that fits those 2 qualities.
I like most of them. What I want to know is what's the best dish to cook. Using a specific type of tomatoes. Any know some? :D:D:D
 

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Best dish-slIce of fresh picked ripe red tomato on fresh whole wheat bread with a smear of mayo. No cooking required.
 
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Tomato Up-side Down cake ???

Since I don't grow paste tomatoes, or maybe because she prefers them, DW uses cherry tomatoes for salsa with cilantro and green onions. Everything is wilted a moment under the broiler.

I am someone who believes that they should have the skins removed in most circumstances. That's too easy to be a problem. Sure, spitting out the skins in the garden is acceptable but in public ...

Really, restaurants should serve them cut in half before they show up at the table fresh. Nothing like having a cherry tomato shoot across the table trailing blue cheese dressing and drop in someone's lap after you tried to get a fork in it !

Steve
 

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what is your favorite and why? For me San Marzano. Indeterminate and has flavor. Haven't found another one that fits those 2 qualities.
I tried philippine tomatoes.. they are great. stews tasted better. and great for pizzas too.. i hope i can have more.
 

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I tried philippine tomatoes.. they are great. stews tasted better. and great for pizzas too.. i hope i can have more.
Just curious, where did you find Philippine tomatoes? I grow quite a few vegetables from there, and would be interested in trading for seed from those tomatoes.
 

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