What’s hitting its peak at the farmers market? Grape tomatoes

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Really great regular tomatoes don’t come around until the weather gets consistently hotter. So, thank goodness for grape tomatoes.

These are tiny (even smaller than cherry tomatoes) and naturally high in sugar (about twice as much as other tomatoes).

More: How to choose, store and prepare grape tomatoes, recipes included. Plus: Your photo gallery guide to cooking through the seasons, using the freshest produce available.



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