You say tomato; we say pomodoro. Let’s call the whole thing off and explore the delicious ways to eat the juicy, sun-ripened fruit!
It’s hard to believe that tomatoes – so closely identified with Italian cuisine – are not native to Europe, let alone Italy. We can thank explorers who visited the New World for bringing back the almost-magical plant in the early 16th century. Italians named the round fruit – an especially acidic yellow variety – pomo d’oro, which translates to “golden apple.”
Wary of poisonous produce, northern Italians didn’t fall for the tomato immediately; however, the less affluent southern regions eventually warmed up to the versatile ingredient. The Mediterranean climate offered an ideal growing environment, and farmers began to experiment with more varieties. Today, pomodori are grown across Italy.
From choosing the perfect variety to exploring our favorite recipes, learn all about the Italian way with Dolceterra tomatoes!
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