Ever wonder why supermarket tomatoes taste like nothing? Food writer Barry Estabrook’s new book traces the troubled history of the modern commercial tomato.
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In his new book, Tomatoland, food writer Barry Estabrook details the life of the mass-produced tomato â and the environmental and human costs of the tomato industry. Today’s tomatoes, he says, are bred for shipping and not for taste.
Giorgio Locatelli makes spaghetti with tomato and chili. Observer Food Monthly podcast from September 2006.
We catch up with Barry Dorrans prior to him flying out to present (at very short notice) at Tech Ed Developers EMEA 2007. Barry is a recent MVP and we discuss his experiences so far. In a wide and varied conversation Andy and Barry talk about CardSpace and Identity management, Women In IT, Recruitment and much more - listen to see where the conversation goes!