Prunill Tomato Sauce

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From the dialectal term “Prun”, literally protuberance, derives the name of the ancient autochthonous variety of tomatoes grown in Lucera: the Prunill, of small size and elongated shape, distinguished by pointed ends. Typically the bunches of Prunill tomatoes are harvested in August and are kept hanging, held together by a wire, in typical necklaces or crowns. The unique and intense taste of this tomato with its silky texture, worked fresh and preserved in pot, is unmistakable.

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From the dialectal term “Prun”, literally protuberance, derives the name of the ancient autochthonous variety of tomatoes grown in Lucera: the Prunill, of small size and elongated shape, distinguished by pointed ends. Typically the bunches of Prunill tomatoes are harvested in August and are kept hanging, held together by a wire, in typical necklaces or crowns. The unique and intense taste of this tomato with its silky texture, worked fresh and preserved in pot, is unmistakable.