[Sca-cooks] *Sigh* That tomato thing - again

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Mon Oct 2 13:15:24 PDT 2006

Andy Smith has actually done 3 books on tomatoes and ketchup
and tomato soup.
The one with the early information on tomatoes in it
is indeed The Tomato in America.
Rudolf Grewe also did an article on early tomato
recipes in Spain and Italy. It was published
in The Journal of Gastronomy, 3 [Summer 1987]


Susan Fox wrote:
>> Also Andrew Smith (NOT Duke Andrew of Riga) has a great book that, altho it 
>> deals mostly with America, has some European info as well. Can't remeber the name 
>> right off hand but it had the word "tomato" in it.
>> Renata
>> _________________
> If the book had been written by "Our" Andrew Smith, you may be assured 
> that Tommy's Chili Burgers would have played a part somewhere.  <grin, 
> duck, run!>
> I bet it is this one: The Tomato in America: Early History, Culture, and 
> Cookery  
> http://www.alibris.com/search/search.cfm?chunk=25&mtype=&wauth=Smith%2C%20Andrew%20F&qwork=6731411&page=1&matches=28&qsort=r&browse=1&full=1
> Selene

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