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Tomatoes

  1. NewsFeed
    Scott Conant Preens About His Tomato-Sauce MasteryScott Conant whips out his sauce recipe.
  2. Mediavore
    Wine Bar Touch-Screen Trend Continues at Clo; Brooklyn Becoming a WineCritiquing Park Slope’s garbage, there’s no such thing as a frozen brownie with negative calories, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  3. NewsFeed
    Feds Finger Jalapeños As Source of Salmonella CasesTomatoes are off the hook — at least the current crop.
  4. Mediavore
    Don’t Fear the Tomato; Blais’s Burger Coming to New YorkPlus Ben & Jerry’s new Elton John–inspired ice cream, a book about cannibalism, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  5. NewsFeed
    Are Tomatoes to Blame for Salmonella Outbreak?The salsa did it.
  6. Mediavore
    Salmonella Costs Industry $100 Mil; Cipriani on the Way Out on Fifth AvenueFrench-Japanese fusion on the way to Charlton Street, kosher workers need protection, and more, in our daily news roundup.
  7. NewsFeed
    Tomatoes Sicken Another Seven, Local Source UnknownWherever those people ate, don’t go there.
  8. NewsFeed
    First Salmonella-Tainted Tomatoes Found in New YorkSalmonella strikes here, but we don’t know whom.
  9. Mediavore
    Empire State Tomatoes Safe; How ‘Top Chef’ Judging WorksThe five steps to becoming a locavore, a preview of the ‘Food & Wine’ Classic in Aspen, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
  10. NewsFeed
    Salmonella-Tainted Tomatoes Pulled From ChainsAnother reason to shop at the Greenmarket.
  11. At the Greenmarket
    Primetime for Beans But Also Tomato Fights Almost as good as Greenmarket food is the packaging. The environmentalist brings muslin for cheese-wrapping, the fashionista has a repurposed gift basket on her arm, and there’s a chef with a wheelbarrow-bike. We just met the most produce-specific shopper yet: She has a thermal bag for dairy, plastic containers for tomatoes and berries, ziplocks for baby salads, and regular bags for everything else. We stopped smushing peaches into our purse to watch her shop.
  12. Mediavore
    Where to Dine Alone; Julia Child’s Ghost Still Loves ButterIn a list of the world’s best restaurants to dine alone, the Modern Bar Room is right up there with London restaurant Itsu, where the former Russian spy is thought to have been poisoned with radium. [Forbes] Related: No, Just Me [NYM] “Page Six” figures out almost a year after the Times that Alain Ducasse is opening a space in the St. Regis Hotel. Ah, August. [NYP] Two researchers spent a year compiling a book of New York gourmet shops; two favorites were Yonah Schimmel and Christopher Norman Chocolates. [NYDN]
  13. At the Greenmarket
    A Particularly Peachy Tomato Season Reaches Its Peak Thanks to the past few months of alternating deluges and warm, sunny days, this summer’s tomato selection is particularly ample and exceedingly acceptable. For the next six weeks or so, you’ll have your pick, whether you’re after ruddy beefsteaks to adorn burgers, many-colored teardrops sized for snacking, or bulging, odd-hued, Dr. Seussian heirlooms worth sketching before you slice into them. After the jump, a sampling of the most fetching love apples available right now.
  14. At the Greenmarket
    Local Asparagus Finally Shows Up, With Sorrel in Tow Fiddleheads, peas, and strawberries shimmer, miragelike, in our near future — but don’t let them distract you from the bounty available right now. The market has never been greener.