Praise for The Heirloom Tomato

“Perhaps the world’s premier vegetable gardener, Amy Goldman once again leads us into a fascinating world. In this beautiful book, you will learn about the wonders of tomato growing and biology, tomato history and lore, tomato pickles—even tomatoes for dessert.”—Gregory Long, president of the New York Botanical Garden

“Using a trove of newly uncovered information, Amy Goldman now beautifully describes some of the best varieties—including luscious photos. The Heirloom Tomato belongs in every gardener’s and cook’s library.”—Rosalind Creasy, author of The Complete Book of Edible Landscaping

“A delightful tribute to heirloom tomatoes and a fascinating guide to their history, culture, and characteristics. Written in a personal, poetic, and engaging style, this artfully illustrated book will be enjoyed by gardeners, cooks, and tomato aficionados.”—Jeff McCormack, founder of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

“The interaction of Amy’s prose and Victor Schrager’s delicious pictures has produced a volume that delights the eye, whets the palate, dazzles the mind with gems of scholarship, and offers practical advice to backyard gardeners and chefs. Enjoy.”—Jules Janick, James Troop Distinguished Professor of Horticulture, Purdue University