The sandwich is made with thick tiles of quality bread and adorned with lettuce and tomato.
Anything solid and hearty goes well with the beef and tomato.
And gone is the potato and pea filling, replaced with a richly spiced chicken and tomato mixture.
I opted to use fresh cherry tomatoes and fish sauce instead of Clamato or tomato juice, to give it a fresher Thai flavor.
tomato and Cilantro Soup by Anya Von Bremzen Not Mexican, as the title might lead you to believe, but Russian.
When done cover with white wine sauce with a few pieces of tomato in it.
Bob Strahan blushed until he was redder than any tomato that ever ripened.
Garnish plate with slices of lemon and tomato sprinkled with chopped parsley or with a leaf of parsley or spinach on each.
A tomato whizzed past his ear and splattered against the wall.
Add a five-cent can of tomato paste to three pints of boiling beef stock.
1753, earlier tomate (c.1600), from Spanish tomate (mid-16c.) from Nahuatl tomatl "a tomato," literally "the swelling fruit," from tomana "to swell." Spelling probably influenced by potato (1565).
A member of the nightshade family, all of which contain poisonous alkaloids. Introduced in Europe from the New World, by 1550 they regularly were consumed in Italy but grown only as ornamental plants in England and not eaten there or in the U.S. at first. An encyclopedia of 1753 describes it as "a fruit eaten either stewed or raw by the Spaniards and Italians and by the Jew families of England." Introduced in U.S. as part of a program by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson (1789), but not commonly eaten until after c.1830.
Alternative name love apple and alleged aphrodisiac qualities have not been satisfactorily explained; perhaps from Italian name pomodoro, taken as from adorare "to adore," but probably actually from d'or "of gold" (in reference to color) or de Moro "of the Moors." Slang meaning "an attractive girl" is recorded from 1929, on notion of juicy plumpness.