These tomatoes are perfect for sandwiches, hamburgers, salsa and pasta because they are large enough for slicing, juicy but not overly juicy causing your sandwich to fall apart. After a tomato sandwich, one of our favorite meals is pasta with chopped tomatoes, garlic and basil, mostly because it is quick, filling, refreshing and delicious. We don’t find ourselves making pesto for summer use, because we love this dish! We freeze our pesto for winter months. Other favorites ours, especially of we are making fresh mozzarella, is panzanella salad, salad caprese or bruschetta using bread from Annie’s Bakery. We also love using these tomatoes in salsa roja because they aren’t too juicy. We have a tendency to keep a jar of fresh picante sauce around because it is perfect tossed in scrambled eggs, salads, guacamole sauce, quesadillas, burritos, etc. Some of our favorite summer salads include; cucumber tomato, tomatoes and sweet corn, marinated tomato salad, skillet BLT Panzanella.
Each bag weighing 1 pound. Approximately 1 – 3 tomatoes per pound, depending on their size.