Late Summer Succotash and Confit Heirloom Tomato Recipe

Suffering Succotash! Check out this summertime succotash recipes with heirloom tomato slices.

Fall 2014

  • Late summer succotash is full of the flavors of the garden, and especially delicious served on an heirloom tomato confit.
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Any large slicing tomato will work well. A few great pink ones are Brandywine (Sudduth Strain), 'Henderson’s Pink Ponderosa' or 'Winsall.' An heirloom sweet corn such as 'Golden Bantam' or 'Black Mexican' is excellent for that real “corny” taste. 

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