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'Pomodoro, pomodori' *(m) is the Italian word for 'tomato, tomatoes'.
- salsa di pomodoro is Italian for tomato sauce
- insalata di pomodoro - tomato salad
- passata is tomato puré
- pomodorini are 'cherry', or 'little' tomatoes (poh/moh/doh/REE/nee).
The word 'pomodoro' comes from the French 'pomme de l'or' which means 'golden apple'. Not that the Italian word for apple is 'mela'.
The Pomodoro Technique is a time-management technique developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980's. Despite the name, it has nothing to do with tomatoes.
Arnaldo Pomodoro is a very fine contemporary sculptor from Italy. Certainly 'Mr Pomodoro' sounds a lot more artistic and less comical that 'Mr Tomato'.