Some articles on red, tomato, sauce, red tomato sauce, tomato sauce:
... foods include several variations of, sometimes hot or spicy, red (tomato) sauce based pasta (cut short of left long) dishes (similar to the Italian Sugo all'arrab ... which is similar to a type of unsweetened cake, made from barley flower, served with red tomato sauce and customarily eaten communally with several others sharing ... bread stuffed with tuna fish that has been mixed with Harissa (chili sauce) and usually olive oil, many snack vendors prepare these sandwiches and can be found all over Libya ...
... La Tomatina, a festival centered on an enormous tomato fight ... it for this protest connotation, the Dutch Socialist party adopted the tomato as their logo ... Ohio calls itself "The Birthplace of the Tomato", claiming the first commercial variety of tomato was bred there in the 19th century ...
... Galapagos Islands, collecting a diversity of cultivated tomatoes and hundreds of wild tomato species ... In 1949 Rick co-founded the Tomato Genetics Cooperative to encourage communication and exchange of research findings among tomato researchers ...
... Snappy Tomato Pizza is a privately held pizza chain operating in Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Alabama, Florida and New Mexico in the US ... Snappy Tomato Pizza was purchased by Charles H ...
... A tomato omelette is a breakfast dish in South India ... Tomato omelettes are served hot with tomato sauce, coconut chutney, sambar or any other pickle ...
Famous quotes containing the words sauce, red and/or tomato:
“She leet no morsel from hir lippes falle,
Ne wette hir fyngres in hir sauce depe.
Wel koude she carie a morsel and wel kepe
That no drope ne fille upon hire brest.
In curteisie was set ful muchel hir lest.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)
“In writing biography, fact and fiction shouldnt be mixed. And if they are, the fictional points should be printed in red ink, the facts printed in black ink.”
—Catherine Drinker Bowen (18971973)
“Well, I couldnt go to bed with you like I do with her, and grab a tomato sandwich and run out and catch the 72 bus.”
—Margaret Forster, British screenwriter, Peter Nichols, and Silvio Narizzano. Jos (Alan Bates)