beefsteak tomato


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beefsteak tomato

n.
Any of several varieties of tomato having large fruit with thick flesh.

beef′steak toma′to


n.
1. any of several tomato plant varieties bearing fruit of large size with meaty flesh.
2. the fruit of such a plant.
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Noun1.beefsteak tomato - any of several large tomatoes with thick fleshbeefsteak tomato - any of several large tomatoes with thick flesh
tomato - mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable
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Start off with a soup, salad or appetizer like sliced beefsteak tomato and blue cheese or a cup of baked five-onion soup.
There are many diverse varieties of tomato roughly categorized into various sub groups based on their color, shape and size such as beefsteak tomato, slicing or globe tomato, plum tomato, oxheart tomato, cherry tomato, pear tomato, campari tomato, grape tomato, bright yellow tomato shown in figure below.
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Sprinkle the beefsteak tomato slices lightly on both sides with salt, then arrange them on a plate and let them stand for 15 to 20 minutes.
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toasted 8 slices cored beefsteak tomato 8 to 12 leaves red leaf or romaine lettuce, washed and spun dry Directions 1.
An excellent beefsteak tomato, although it's not as good as the pink in my opinion.
Heirloom and beefsteak tomato salad with cow's milk burrata cheese stuffing with basil, served with citrus vinaigrette
With elegant little fingers she jams half a beefsteak tomato into a mouth that looks better sized for an olive on a toothpick.
A beefsteak tomato salad with shaved red onion, Persian cucumber, a nice sherry vinegar, sheep feta cheese or Greek manouri, and fresh oregano.
A beefsteak tomato salad ($8) with four thick tomato slices, topped with blue cheese dressing, blue cheese crumbles and finely chopped red onions, was similar to one served at its steakhouse restaurant counterparts, but it was delicious nonetheless (the tomatoes could have been a bit riper).
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