Dreamy, roasted tomatoes are served over a bed of soft burrata cheese as an easy appetizer with crackers or a simple side dish for summer.
This caprese frittata is a fast and delicious way to showcase summer’s bounty. It’s just as welcome for dinner as for breakfast!
Inspired by fresh Italian summer foods, this charred corn and tomato salad is topped with fresh basil, olive oil and burrata. It’s a delight to enjoy on a hot evening with fresh summer tomatoes.
Sicilian Zucchini Parmesan, or Parmigiana DiZucchine, resembles lasagna in its construction, but has a distinct flavor and texture. It’s a hearty, gluten-free dish that’s bursting with flavor.
Summer Tomato Ricotta Tart is a wonderful summer dish. Sweet tomatoes compliment the flaky, buttery crust and pop with flavorful juices.
Creamy goat cheese polenta is held in a flaky crust, topped with heirloom tomatoes, and fresh basil for the perfect summer dish that is beautiful, too.
When fava beans are in season, it is only right to honor the fresh produce in a stunning pasta dish made simply with tomatoes and pancetta.
Thinly sliced tomatoes are served with a refreshing granita, tangy balsamic, and creamy burrata with prosciutto on the side. A perfect summer salad.
Chicken is easily marinated in pesto and skewered before barbecuing with tomatoes that turn into sweet, smokey bites on the grill.
Spruce up your panzanella salad on the grill with halloumi cheese, prosciutto, and peaches. Plus, pair the dish with a refreshing Vinho Verde wine and you are set for summer sipping at its finest.
Highlight and savor summer’s tomatoes with this easy tomato jam complete with olive oil and garlic. Serve over burgers for a gourmet alternative to ketchup.
A simple, broiled striped bass is an quick weeknight fish to whip up. It’s packed with Provencal flavor of tomatoes, olives, garlic and capers.
A great appetizer or plated side dish, fried green tomatoes are perfectly paired with sharp pimento cheese for a true southern summer dish.
Roasted tomatoes bring bright, bold summer sweetness to the toasted Italian bruschetta with arugula, balsamic, and a Tuscan white bean spread.
Ditch the boxed macaroni and cheese and make this roasted tomato, basil, and goat cheese pasta topped with balsamic for a weeknight dinner rescue.
A deceptively simple lamb recipe that allows the inherent tastiness of the ingredients really shine. This can be conquered on bustling weeknight.
Successful tailgate food should have variety and versatility. These bread slices covered in blue cheese spread with roasted tomatoes or grapes are just that
With tomato season in full swing, a simple recipe that will help you use up excess. They are great with sandwiches, salads, the bbq, or just as a nibble.
Juicy tomatoes get their time in the sun and now it is time for them to shine in these summery dinner, side and salad recipes.
With spicy meat and cool yogurt, mint, and tomatoes this flatbread is great to quickly prepare on a warm day. Not to mention, it is easy on the eyes, too.
This grilled asparagus salad is quick to make, beautiful, and fabulously delicious. Enjoy it as a side dish or a light meal with good, crusty bread.
You can top this salad with chicken, chickpeas or some other protein to make a meal out of it.
A nice caprese salad with tomatoes and mozzarella is a beautiful thing. Frying both components just makes the whole thing even better.
This dish takes advantage of unripened tomatoes in a green salad that’s sure to be a hit at your next barbecue.
This cool summer soup is a veritable celebration of tomatoes for true fans of the garden goodie.
Grilled Green Tomatoes bring spring and summer together with grill marks and bright green tomatoes.
Bright green tomatoes are dipped in a mixture of paprika, cayenne, red pepper flakes, ancho chile and fresh black pepper, and baked to a crisp perfection.
These tartlets with gorgeous heirloom tomatoes, bacon jam, and basil are a delicious play on the classic BLT sandwich.
Gazpacho is perhaps the perfect way to use all those fresh summer tomatoes to make something healthy and refreshing.
While you’re puttering around your house this weekend, tuck a pan of tomatoes in the oven, come back several hours later, and have a peak. They will add a whole new dimension of flavour to your appetizer