Sunday August 25th: Heirloom Tomatoes, Seriously
We have an insane variety of heirloom tomatoes growning in our fair state of Vermont. And I think it is paramount that we eat them in as many ways as we can possibly imagine. The way I like to eat and drink my tomatoes might be quite different than yours…You don’t have to be a Slow Food member to attend. Bring a partner, a friend, or come solo and find a new reason to loom at those beauties.
This class takes place in my (Jessica Bongard’s) home kitchen located in Jericho, VT. We rock the tomato season hard at Sweet Lime, seriously. Come find out how great it feels to be eyeball deep in dozens of varieties, and knowing exactly what to do with them. Slow Food VT members get a $5 cash in-hand discount upon arrival.
Tomato Water – In its simplicity and used in a cocktail
Tomato Bread - Charred garlicky bread rubbed with a tomato half, drizzled with olive oil
Tea-Smoked Tomato Sorbet - Served two ways, yes, you’ll have to wait and see
Green Tomato & Honeydew Melon Salad - Fantasic with cumin, cilantro, toasted pepitas and a chile
Tomato Tarte Fine – Thin crisp disk of pastry, herby mascarpone, topped with sliced heirlooms
Check out Sweet Lime Cooking Studio Facebook page for photos of this class and previous classes!
What you’ll get:
You’ll go home with a full stomach and recipe packets including photos of each dish taken by yours truly. Not to mention a seriously inspired new way of looking at tomatoes.
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