Rick Bayless

@Rick_Bayless

Chef: Frontera Grill/Topolo/Xoco, 8 Cookbooks, Emmy nom for Mexico-One Plate at a Time, Top Chef Masters winner, Recipient of Mexico's Order of Aztec Eagle

In r test kitchen we're tasting canned tomatoes vs fresh roasted tomatoes. (Checking yields too) what r ur favs?

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2126 days ago

In r test kitchen we're tasting canned tomatoes vs fresh roasted tomatoes. (Checking yields too) what r ur favs?

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malaguetababy 2092 days ago

Like Muir. And actually utilize the 365 from WFoods a lot. The roasted tomatoes from Muir, of course, often rank first depending on recipe.

takethepanda 2123 days ago

Well, what did you decide rick?

ocarolina1 2126 days ago

muir definitely, and 6 in 1 tomatoes - caputos markets sells them

LaVonneWelker 2126 days ago

I buy whatever is on sale; cheap husband.

PrairieGirlK 2126 days ago

Muir but where's Pomi in the box?? Muir and Pomi my faves.

atateka 2126 days ago

Muir from the grocery store. Mail order: Peinnolo vine (Mt. Vesuvius), Miracle of San Gennaro; gustiamo.com

OneNiceDish 2126 days ago

Rao's and Sclafani are my faves. Both very well balanced.

annjan13 2126 days ago

Same as 2 right below. Fresh roasted or Muir are the best.

lubennett 2126 days ago

Fresh roasted or Muir, same as HDLK says.

HDLKALPE 2126 days ago

If not fresh roasted then my go to is Muir.

ejchristensen 2126 days ago

I tend to use Rotel when making chili, etc. They have a nice base of spices in them that I can add to easily.