SUGGESTED PREP FOR TOMATOES: A great way to use heirloom tomatoes is with couscous: we like mixing oven-roasted heirlooms with untouched, fresh-off-the-vine ones… first, grab your parchment paper to place onto your baking sheet; second, rinse and quarter or halve your heirlooms; third, sprinkle with your prep-blend of salt & pepper, a little sugar, and some olive oil; lastly, roast in a low heat oven, 250 for about 2 hours, then turn off the heat and leave overnight (in your oven).
Grab near-East couscous (preferably a roasted garlic flavor), but instead of water, puree your favorite tomato sauce and boil the couscous in the tomato sauce for the suggested time. Once the couscous is cooled and fluffed, add in your roasted heirlooms and, for color, some additional fresh-off-the-vine heirlooms, chiffonade of basil, a little more olive oil, and some grated parm. (Toasted pine nuts optional!) Serve your dish in Fishs Eddy's Red Pasta Bowl, then spoon up couscous with the company's Baguette serving spoon.
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