A Simple, Anytime Tomato Jam You’ll Want to Eat on Everything
October 21, 2018
A Simple, Anytime Tomato Jam You'll Want to Eat on Everything
We've partnered with Muir Glen to celebrate the season with recipes, tips, and videos that make holiday entertaining easy, elegant, and totally stress-free. Here, we're sharing our holiday party secret weapon: an endlessly versatile tomato jam.
Tomato jam is an A+ way to preserve summer tomatoes. The only catch is that you have to remember to preserve summer tomatoes. (And between you and me, I never do.) But instead of skipping out on making the bright and tangy condiment come sweater season, this year I'm making jam with Muir Glen canned tomatoes.
The Easy, Cheesy Casserole That’s Always on My Sunday Dinner Table
We're partnering with Lagostina to celebrate the Italian Sunday dinner with stories, recipes, and videos about this special family tradition. Here, Tuscan food writer and photographer Giulia Scarpaleggia shares her mom's potato gateau recipe, a Sunday dinner favorite.
Try as I might, Sunday afternoons are often the only moment when I can enjoy a walk along my favorite country road, under the enormous Tuscan oak trees I’ve known since I was a child. I relish these moments—a brisk walk in the crisp fall air always leaves me with reddened cheeks and a good appetite—but I love lazy Sunday afternoons indoors, too. I could spend hours on the sofa dreaming over a new cookbook, adding bookmarks to every recipe I want to try, or watching the last episode of my favorite TV series. For as much as I enjoy cooking and having friends over for dinner, Sunday afternoons are not meant for spending hours in the kitchen in between dirty pots and pans—they're meant for relaxing.
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