Pickled tomatoes sound simple but getting them right, both herbal and restrained, is hard work. You can do the job once tomatoes come into full bloom later this summer. Until then, we’re popping these dilly green pear tomatoes in between meals and into our gin and vodka martinis.
Heidi snapped delicious photos of Froehlichs Pear Tomato Martini Pickles during one of our recent cocktail-making sessions and we just can’t stop loving all that green prettiness. The jar looks gorgeous in my fridge and equally lovely filled with flowers once all the tomatoes have been enjoyed. The tomatoes are pretty darn fabulous too. They’re made in the mid-west with lots of care.
Everyone once in a while, we’re going to share a favorite small batch food from the Eat Boutique Shop. These are indie-made products we’ve deemed worthy enough to put our brand behind by selling them online and at our offline markets. Thanks so much!
All photos styled by Heidi Murphy/White Loft Studio and Maggie Battista, and taken by Heidi Murphy.
Eat Boutique discovers the best small batch foods by boutique food makers. We share recipes, maker stories and city guides to eating boutique. We host tasting events and markets for food makers, cookbook authors and food fans. We craft seasonal, regional gift and tasting boxes and sell individual items that you can order in the Eat Boutique Shop. You can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
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