Farmer's MarketTips

Back to Basics: Tomatillo

By Joseph Hernandez | September 14, 2012


Photo: Joseph Hernandez

You’ve seen them at the market: those green, unripe tomatoes with a papery coat of a husk. Unless you’re familiar with Latin cooking, these firm, palm-sized fruits are almost alien, one or two relatives removed from the heirloom tomatoes just a few bins over. What is it? The fruit in question is the tomatillo, a staple in Mexican and Latin kitchens. But what is it? Read More


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