These salty-sweet tomatoes - wedged, coated in buttermilk and panko crumbs and then fried to crispy perfection - first gained notoriety from the book Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe and the 1991 critically acclaimed film that followed. At its fried-green-tomato-hocking peak, the real Irondale, Alabama restaurant, Irondale Cafe sliced over 60 pounds of the firm, petite tomatoes a day for crowds of customers. Dip yours in our creamy, spicy mayo to round out the dish's palate-bending flavors.
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