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  1. passions
    It Is Tomato Time, and This Year, I’m All InYes, I plan on spending $50 at the farmers’ market, and nobody can stop me.
  2. the dish
    A BLT So Delicious It Doesn’t Need BaconDaily Provisions knows how to celebrate tomato season.
  3. drama
    David Chang Takes a Bold Stance Against Good Tomatoes on His BLTsIt’s the contrarian chef’s most controversial opinion yet.
  4. bittman’s kitchen
    Here’s How to Make the Most of Gorgeous Late-Summer TomatoesMake sauce for later, and a surprising free-form tart for now.
  5. the dish
    Vic’s Sun Gold–Tomato Salad Is the Ultimate Summer Greenmarket DishLycopene addicts will want to devour it through August and well into the fall.
  6. gmos
    Scientists Engineered a Tomato That Doesn’t Get MushyOne upside to genetically modified fruit.
  7. Food Waste
    Scientists Have Figured Out How to Make Electricity Out of Unused TomatoesFlorida’s tomato waste could theoretically power Disney World for 90 days.
  8. Lunchtime
    This Tomato Burger Is One More Dish to Eat Before It’s Too LateIt’s only available three days a week, and it always sells out.
  9. Grub Guides
    12 Fresh New Dishes That Make the Most of Summer TomatoesThe season is short. This is how you take advantage of it while you can.
  10. Red Sauce
    Pay Good Money to Be Part of a Massive Tomato BrawlBring protective eyewear.
  11. Grub Guides
    18 Places With Fantastic New Tomato Dishes to Eat This SummerIncluding Alder, the Musket Room, and Marietta.
  12. Restaurant Agenda
    Indigo Rose: The Tomato That Fights Free RadicalsA striking new purple variety that acts more like a blueberry.
  13. In Season
    In Season: Yunnan Kitchen’s Raw-Green-Tomato SaladAlthough it might seem slightly perverse during these still peak tomato days to recommend you find some nice hard unripened ones, that is exactly what we’re doing this week.
  14. In Season
    Supper and Bistrot La Minette Team Up For a Two Night ‘Home-and-Home’ TomatoThe two night tomato extravaganza takes place at both restaurants.
  15. Prix Fixes
    Ansill Introduces Weekly Tasting Menus at Bar FerdinandHis full menu overhaul isn’t expected to debut until September.
  16. Quote of the Day
    Why Heinz Never Goes BadTomatoes are tougher than T-Rexes.
  17. We Say Tomato
    Tomatoes: Both Being Thrown and Being Protested in L.A. This WeekWhile a massive tomato fight in planned in L.A. County Fairgrounds, tomato pickers are picketing Trader Joe’s.
  18. Menus
    Special Menus at Drago Centro and Il Grano Turn L.A. Into La Tomatina!Two of our favorite Italians get creative with the summer’s ripe red bounty.
  19. Mediavore
    Salmonella Scare Prompts Tomato Recall in PA and NJ; As Food Prices Rise, So DoPlus: Tilapia isn’t all it’s cracked up to be; and eating more hot red peppers may help with weight loss efforts, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. Mediavore
    Wolfgang Puck Is Coming to the Kimmel Center; White Castle Tests New Concepts
  21. In the Magazine
    Platt Tries Out the Plaza Food Hall; In Search of the Best TomatoPlus: A wild-blueberry pancake recipe from Vandaag, and Stuzzicheria finally opens.
  22. Menus
    Bistro St. Tropez Offers Peachy-Tomatoey Love Throughout AugustThe two prix fixe menus highlighting tomatoes and peaches will be available nightly.
  23. Menus
    Peter Woolsey Explains Menu Changes at Bistrot la MinetteBoredom, whimsy and hatred are couple of the factors the chef cites for menu changes.
  24. Mediavore
    Jamie Oliver Blasts U.S. McDonald’s; SK Foods’ Boss Slapped with Five MoreThe Naked Chef has healthier Golden Arches back home and the tomato industry’s public enemy #1 is in more trouble.
  25. Mediavore
    7-11 to Sell Its Own Beer; Courage the Dog Gets His Own CupcakeThe country’s third biggest beer retailer creates Game Day brew and the story of a rescued pup inspires a Virginia baker.
  26. Mediavore
    Cakegirls Issues Refunds; Kids Nonplussed by Jamie OliverPlus: tomatoes go year round, and McDonald’s trains in China, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Mediavore
    Underage Drinking at Daisy Buchanan’s; Shellfish Beds Closed for RainPlus: football meets food at the Times, and kids nonplussed by Jamie Oliver, all in our morning news roundup.
  28. Mediavore
    Sony Pictures CEO Wants Healthy Movie Food; LaBrea Bakery Prepares GrilledNancy Silverton expands her grilled cheese day to a whole month and a studio honcho pleas for granola alongside his popcorn.
  29. Mediavore
    Calorie Counts on the Horizon; Tomatoes Still ScarcePlus: USA Today comes to Starbucks, and the benefits of eating alone, all in our morning news roundup.
  30. Mediavore
    Soda Tax Probably Dead; A Wine Bar for Brooklyn Bridge ParkPlus: Continental charges for food, and no relief from the tomato shortage, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. Mediavore
    Cookout Turns Deadly; Continental Charges for FoodPlus: tomato crisis carries on, and big trouble for Qdoba, all in our morning news roundup.
  32. Mediavore
    L.A. Crazy for Whole Pigs; Should Guns Be Allowed in Starbucks?Butchering pork is trendy in SoCal and firearms issues are framed through a coffee chain.
  33. Vegetable Crisis
    Red Alert: Tomato Shortage Hits NYCYour next BLT may come without the T.
  34. Mediavore
    Brent Bolthouse Planning WeHo Lounge; Umami Burger Making Its Own SauceA new burger chain is working on its first product and a former club promoter is turning club owner.
  35. Mediavore
    Condensed Makes a Comeback; McDonald’s Tries OatmealPlus: Fresco by Scotto goes national and ‘America’s Test Kitchen’ becomes a video game, all in our morning news roundup.
  36. Mediavore
    Underground Dining: So Hot Right Now; Your Resume on a CookiePlus: an apologetic bakery thief, and tomatoes disappear from restaurants, all in our morning news roundup.
  37. Mediavore
    Nigella Lawson Inspires New Alice in Wonderland Queen; Cipriani LondonTim Burton took a cue from a TV toque and a famous club is sued by a more famous club.
  38. Mediavore
    Race and Restaurant Hiring; Yelp Faces LawsuitPlus: High-end chefs turn to canned seafood, and liquor companies worry about pricing, all in our morning news roundup.
  39. Crime Scenes
    Criminal Misdeeds Catch Up with Cali Tomato IndustryA major investigation is launched into illegal produce practices.
  40. Mediavore
    Costco Protects Sarah Palin; Teacher In Trouble for Hooter’s TripTomatoes hidden for Palin’s safety and a teacher takes an ill-advised field trip.
  41. Video Feed
    Watch The Chicago Skyline Get Eaten By A Tomato VineA Red Gold ad swathes the Willis Tower in tomatoes.
  42. Foodievents
    Masa’s Tomato Dinners Last All September LongThe season’s best produce comes eight ways on Masa’s tasting menu.
  43. What to Eat
    Advice From the Experts: The Best Tomatoes of 2009Our expert shares the hits and misses of this year’s staff tasting.
  44. Mediavore
    Tomato Exec Canned; Mercury Pervades Fish
  45. Mediavore
    Scallops Looking Good; A Very Heavy TomatoPlus: vegetable gardens for small businesses, and Gourmet turns to TV, all in our morning news roundup.
  46. Foodievents
    Despite Blight, Tomato Contest Carries OnThe 2009 Tomato Contest is being judged today.
  47. What to Eat
    Tasting Tomatoes with Oliveto’s ExpertsAs tomato season ramps up, Oliveto chefs taste ‘till it hurts.
  48. Mediavore
    U.S. Sugar Supply Could be Endangered; Bank Robber Disguised as ChefCompanies allege sugar supply could run low due to restricted imports and high prices while a Georgia bank robber wears a chef’s uniform while stealing.
  49. Beef
    Dan Barber Blames Tomato Blight on Home GardenersThey’ve “set the stage for the worst local tomato harvest in memory,” he writes.
  50. Beef
    Food, Inc. Creators Still Have Beef With ChipotleSure, the burrito brand is sponsoring screenings, but the movie’s creators are still critical of its policies.
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