Guest Host: Rebecca Roberts

The tomatoes are here! Despite steady summer rains and a fungal “blight,” home gardeners and market-goers are seeing the first signs of the August bounty, and confronting a tough question: what should I do with all these tomatoes? We explore summer recipes and celebrate one of the crown jewels of the summer harvest.


  • Bonnie Benwick Deputy Editor, Food Section, Washington Post
  • Michael Tabor Owner, Licking Creek Bend Farm (Needmore, PA)
  • Tim Stark Author, "Heirloom: Notes From an Accidental Tomato Farmer" (Broadway); Owner, Eckerton Farms (Hamburg, PA)

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