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|Our tomatoes went to the Pope! |
We were featured on CNN January 1999
R.W. Apple Jr. of the New York Times said in the
January 5, 2000 edition: "The best variety originally came from a village near
Pompeii names San Marzano sul Sarno. These San Marzano tomatoes, which gave birth to the
Italian canning industry in the 1800's are now grown throughout Campania, as the region
surrounding Naples is known". "There is a lot to like about The San Marzanos.
Their skins slip off easily. Just like fresh San Marzanos, they have an ideal equilibrium
between acid and sweetness. And because they have less juice than most American tomatoes
they cook down more quickly, preserving more of the fresh clear summery taste".
Recommended by Rao's famous New York restaurant.
Preferred sauce of Pat Cooper
As seen in the kitchen of Mario Batali
From customer Pam Glaze: "I just wanted
Nick to know that the San Marzano tomatoes that I ordered from you are
wonderful. I have just made a ragu using 2 cans of them, and it just might
be the best this side of Italy! My friend and I will be ordering again,
Thank you so much".
From customer Jeffrey Harriman: "I have
cooked with San Marzano tomatoes before, but never have I tasted pomodorini
like this....sweet, juicy and bursting with flavor. I made a simple sauce
with Italian sausage, garlic, basil, pepe forte and extra virgin olive oil;
tossed it with orechetti, finished with grated pecorino romano. You can
consider me a customer for life and will be sure to recommend your products
to everyone I know. Mille Grazie!"