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August 14, 2009
For some of us, eating is routine. But for Pablo Neruda, the well-known Chilean poet, food was inspirational. His passion for taste, texture, color and aroma of good food left us with writings that will make your mouth water. His devotion to food brought him a Nobel Prize and motivated many a shy cook to venture into the kitchen. Pablo loved tomatoes ? not just ?loved,? as in ate them a lot ? he loved and adored them down to his soul, and rhapsodized his feelings through magical prose and verse.
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By Loa Blasucci | July 28, 2012
For Pablo Neruda, the well-known Chilean poet, food was inspirational. His passion for the taste, texture, color and aroma of good food left us with writings that will make your mouth water. His devotion to food brought him a Nobel Prize and motivated many a shy cook to venture into the kitchen. Neruda loved tomatoes - not just “loved” as in ate them a lot - he loved and adored them down to his soul, and rhapsodized his feelings through magical prose and verse. My favorite line closes his famous poem, “Oda al Tomate”: “The tomato offers its gift of fiery color and cool completeness.” That line makes me want to hold, sniff and squeeze a tomato while I decide how to eat it. Summer-ripened tomatoes are the perfect choice for fresh, beautiful food that packs a nutritious punch.
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August 4, 2005
My computer is in the hospital undergoing major surgery, allowing me some unexpected leisure time to tackle tasks like reviewing my new recipe files. I uncovered a raft of summer meal suggestions I'd like to share with you. Next, week we'll visit a charming local family. The following week we'll go to a jewelry making party. This week, we'll put on our aprons and cook. Aug. 3 was National Watermelon Day. The watermelon originated in Africa. We Americans love the large oval red variety of melon that weighs up to 30 pounds.
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July 29, 2004
Beat the heat with cold soup Culinary traditions in Europe favor chilled soup in the summertime. Americans are familiar with gazpacho and vichyssoise from Mediterranean countries. Borscht, a dark red beet soup and sorrel-flavored shav are common in Eastern Europe. In Scandinavia, berries and cherries appear in thick porridge or clear broth. Summer soups can start a meal, star as the entree or be prepared as a filling, cold snack. Old-fashioned soups often used quarts of heavy cream or lashings of sour cream.
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By Loa Blasucci | July 28, 2012
For Pablo Neruda, the well-known Chilean poet, food was inspirational. His passion for the taste, texture, color and aroma of good food left us with writings that will make your mouth water. His devotion to food brought him a Nobel Prize and motivated many a shy cook to venture into the kitchen. Neruda loved tomatoes - not just “loved” as in ate them a lot - he loved and adored them down to his soul, and rhapsodized his feelings through magical prose and verse. My favorite line closes his famous poem, “Oda al Tomate”: “The tomato offers its gift of fiery color and cool completeness.” That line makes me want to hold, sniff and squeeze a tomato while I decide how to eat it. Summer-ripened tomatoes are the perfect choice for fresh, beautiful food that packs a nutritious punch.
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August 14, 2009
For some of us, eating is routine. But for Pablo Neruda, the well-known Chilean poet, food was inspirational. His passion for taste, texture, color and aroma of good food left us with writings that will make your mouth water. His devotion to food brought him a Nobel Prize and motivated many a shy cook to venture into the kitchen. Pablo loved tomatoes ? not just ?loved,? as in ate them a lot ? he loved and adored them down to his soul, and rhapsodized his feelings through magical prose and verse.
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