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Roasted Roma Tomatoes Recipe

The Recipe: Simple roasted Roma tomatoes, using time and temperature to turn so-so supermarket tomatoes into something truly special – or a way to use up a glut of late-summer Roma tomatoes from the garden. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real.The Conversation: My stake in Ferguson. This recipe is so quick and easy
that I'm adding it to a special collection of easy summer recipes
published every summer since 2009.
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"... out of this world ... tomato candy!!!" ~ Marjorie Remember when the Crayola people put out the first “multi-cultural” crayons? All eight colors lined up in the box: white to black, with tan, apricot and peach on the lighter side, sepia, mahogany and burnt sienna on the darker side.If only real life were as neat and tidy as a crayon box. But it’s not.If only a box of crayons could represent the rainbow of world skin tones. Bu…

Red Rice with Tomatoes

The Recipe: A simple summer vegan side dish with really pretty color, just rice cooked with perfect summer tomatoes. It's almost a loaves 'n' fishes story, rice that blossoms from one cup to six cups, thanks to an intriguing cooking technique – don't worry, it's easy, no special equipment needed!Weight Watchers friendly, just two points per serving. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real.The Conversation: Are you a side-dish cook? Me either. This recipe is so quick and easy
that I'm adding it to a special collection of easy summer recipes
published every summer since 2009.
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Some cooks punt pie, some bypass bread, some dodge desserts. Me, I skirt side dishes. (Enough with the alliteration? Okay!)Why? Maybe because once I put a protein, a vegetable and a salad on the table, I’m done. Or because my cooking style tends to one-pot suppers, especiall…