It’s the end of tomato season here in Colorado, and I’m still holding on for dear life – – in the same way, I’m not willing to let go of summer quite yet!
In celebration of summer and tomato season, I’m sharing some of my favorite throwback tomato recipes from this little ol’ blog. Click on any of the pictures below to see all of the greatest hits, featuring my favorite juicy summer veggie.
This salsa contains all the flavors of your favorite caprese salad, yet it is served on your favorite chip.
These little cherry tomatoes are a total crowd pleaser. Stuffed with creamy cheese, bacon, and lettuce… what’s not to love??
Who says you can’t enjoy restaurant-style salsa at home?? This salsa makes a regular appearance in my home. So good!
This tomato soup. Bobby Flay created the recipe, and I fell in love with it…
I love using my waffle iron to make unique dishes… like this slider dish. Yum!
I mentioned earlier this week that I loved my salads. While I almost always garnish my salad with juicy tomatoes, I also love to use this tomato vinaigrette to dress the greens.
My sister-in-law Beth got me hooked on grilled tomatoes as the tastiest part of breakfast. These cheesy tomato biscuits are amongst my favorite weekend breakfast dishes…
Everyone loves bruschetta tomatoes on toasted bread, but have you tried it on a burger? This burger does not disappoint… stuffed with light mozzarella, it’s one of my favorite burgers on the planet.
Inspired by an incredible meal I enjoyed in Temecula, California’s wine country. This salad will blow your mind.
This gazpacho was the first cold tomato soup I ever tasted, and it’s where the obsession began.
Similar to how I adore grilled tomatoes, when you bake them… magic happens. This heirloom tomato side dish has been made several times in my house…
Those bruschetta flavors + grilled chicken: Yes please! I made this dish during the early days of NTTC. So delicious!
My obsession with panzanella was born during my first trip to San Francisco. As soon as I came home, I took a stab at recreating this beautiful tomato, cucumber, bread salad. Yum!
One of the prettiest dished I’ve made this year, I highly recommend trying this marriage of tomato and asparagus.
What’s your favorite way to enjoy tomatoes?