Recipe: Corn Sformato with Pancetta, Tomato, English Peas, and Fontina

Corn Sformato with Pancetta, Tomato, English Peas, and FontinaAs we learned earlier this week, the definition of sformato is hard to pin down (though we do know that it’s traditionally bound by eggs and molded). But there’s nothing perplexing about this decidedly summery version from chef Scott Fratangelo, featuring the classic seasonal trinity of corn, tomato, and basil.

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Recipe: Chilled Tomato Soup with Basil Guacamole

Chilled tomato soup When JBF Award winner Gavin Kaysen cooked at the Beard House earlier this month, he served this delicious tomato soup during the reception. Inspired by a recipe from Cooking with Daniel Boulud, this dish makes great use of the season's last heirloom tomatoes.

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News Feed: August 12

The big news in NYC today is the 4-star review of 11 Madison Park in today's New York Times, but here's what else is going on: 10 ways to barter for food [Chow] ...and more on trading veggies [NYT] Why Julia dissed Julie (spoiler alert!) [LAT] Butchers offer cooking tips [WSJ] Dining deals in Vegas [WP] Ice cream and architectur

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MemorEATS: Joanne Weir

“My mother insisted on making me tomato sandwiches when all the other kids had peanut butter and jelly or tuna fish. My mother went into the garden, picked a ripe, red tomato warm from the sun, toasted homemade bread, spread it with homemade mayonnaise, and put a few slices of tomato on top. She sprinkled the tomato with salt, and as she did she said to me, “Tomatoes need salt, it brings out the acidity and sweetness.” –JBF Award Winner Joanne Weir, culinary tour guide, instructor, author, and host of Joanne Weir's Cooking Class

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Recipe: Spicy Tomato and Chipotle Soup with Calamari and Chorizo Sausage

TomatoesChef Ulrich Koberstein’s focus on clean, intense flavors is exemplified by this simple soup. Koberstein served it in small shot glasses as an hors d’oeuvre during the reception at his Beard House dinner, but it also makes for a satisfying first course or light main course.

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