Tomato Grazing Platter

Learn How to Build a Tomato Grazing Platter

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It’s like a cheese plate ­— only brighter, sweeter and juicier. Not just eye candy for social media, grazing platters are a fun way to entertain and can feature something for everyone. For a sweltering summer day outside, let peak-season heirloom tomatoes get all the attention at your next gathering.

How to get organized:

  1. Select tomatoes:
    Choose various colors, shapes and sizes. We’ve listed some of our favorites below.

  2. Find your largest platter. 
    No platter? Grab a large wooden cutting board or a few plates instead.

  3. Prep tomatoes:
    Cut larger tomatoes into ⅓-inch thick slices, leave smaller tomatoes whole or skewer cherry tomatoes and blister on the grill.

  4.  Assemble:
    Start with large slices of tomato and shingle across platter, grouping by color.

  5. Garnish:
    Embellish with something for everyone:

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