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As much as you hate to admit it, you need to give raw tomatoes a rest. You know that you’ll be pining for them come winter, but right now, you’ve exhausted all the possibilities. You've had your fill of raw tomatoes in salads, on BLTs, in gazpacho, and on bruschetta, and now you're ready for something new.
As the days begin to shorten and the streets start to cool off, cooking over a flame doesn’t seem so bad anymore. Now that you can actually imagine yourself dumping a steaming hot pot of water into a colander, your tomatoes are destined for pasta: Use them to make a creamy sauce, to lightly coat long noodles, or to mingle with pancetta and other fresh vegetables.
Michael Ruhlman's Pasta with Tomato Water, Basil, and Garlic by Genius Recipes
Craig Claiborne's Pasta con Asparagi by Genius Recipes
Zucchini Pasta Marinara by Gena Hamshaw
Bucatini all'Amatriciana by Merrill Stubbs
Pasta Puttanesca by Snafu06
Vegetarian Lasagna by Feed Me Dearly
Summer Raw Pasta Sauce with Spaghetti by Pinch&Swirl
Martha Stewart's One-Pan Pasta by Genius Recipes
One-Pot Pastalaya by inpatskitchen
Pasta with Tomatoes, Garlic, Basil, and Brie by Merrill Stubbs
Pasta e Ceci (Pasta with Chickpeas) by Emiko
Penne with Sweet Summer Vegetables, Pine Nuts, and Herbs by Gena Hamshaw
Pesto Trapanese by Emiko
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