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Tomate Tomate (English: "Tomato") is the third studio album by pop rock Brazilian band Kid Abelha. It was originally released in 1987 by WEA, following the success of previous album "Educação Sentimental" (1985). It sparked some successful hits in Brazilian airplay such as "Tomate", "No meio da rua", "Me deixa falar" and "Amanhã é 23" (the biggest hit of the album, which was featured in the soundtrack of the Rede Globo "telenovela" "O Outro"). The album was mixed in London, United Kingdom and it is dedicated to all the people who worked at night.
Tomate frito "Heinz Tomato Frito" was popularised in the United Kingdom as a short-cut ingredient by the cook Delia Smith, extolling it in books and her website recipes.
Tomate frito Tomate frito (Spanish for "fried tomato") is a pureed tomato sauce with a hint of onion and garlic, that can be used as a base ingredient or enjoyed simply for its own flavour. It is distinct from most tomato sauces because the tomatoes have been fried, and its ingredients include a small amount of vegetable oil.
Tomate frito It is the most common tomato ingredient of Spanish cuisine other than fresh tomatoes, and is sold under many brand names. When made by first low frying garlic and onion pieces in oil with spices and then adding the tomato puree it is known as sofrito.
Hijas del Tomate It met success in several countries worldwide, including Spain and Finland where it topped the albums charts.
Hijas del Tomate Hijas del Tomate is the debut studio album by Las Ketchup, released in 2002. It gained popularity particularly thanks to the number-one hit "The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)". The album received a nomination for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 2003.
El rey del tomate El rey del tomate ("The Tomato King") is a 1964 Mexican comedy-drama film, directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Eulalio González, Luz Márquez, and Emma Roldán. With Lupe Carriles and María Elena Velasco starring in uncredited roles.
Aquí hay tomate "Aquí hay tomate" focused on tabloid stories and the world of celebrities. The basis of the program was the stories (mostly on tape) and to a lesser extent, the interviews. The approach ranged from satire and mockery to sensationalism, which resulted in numerous complaints to them. Therefore, it is regarded as telebasura.
Chino del tomate virus Chino del tomate virus (CdTV) is a plant pathogenic virus of the family Geminiviridae.
Aquí hay tomate Aquí hay tomate was a popular Spanish television program produced by Salta and issued by the chain Telecinco. It premiered on March 24, 2003, broadcasting Monday to Friday afternoon, the final broadcast was February 1, 2008.