Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Stuffed Tomatoes Two Ways

Tomatoes are one of those ingredients that people either love or hate. Or sometimes a person loves cooked tomatoes and hates raw; while someone else is exactly the opposite. The great thing about tomatoes is that they’re so versatile. So whether you love them straight from the garden or slow roasted, there’s a recipe here for you.

The Stuffed Tomatoes with Goat Cheese, Olives and Oregano is a warm, comforting side dish with bold flavors. On the flip side, the Stuffed Tomatoes with Chilled Corn and Crab Salad is refreshing and cool with bright, clean flavors of summer.

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Stuffed Tomatoes Two Ways:
with Goat Cheese, Olives and Oregano
with Chilled Corn and Crab Salad

21 comments:

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J C said...

Awesome recipe my wife and I loved it!

Steven said...

Love those small cherry tomatoes!!!

steven

Gail said...

My garden tomatoes are overflowing so I really appreciate your wonderful recipes. I use a combination of homegrown garden spoils, as well as local farmer markets. Thanks for your great recipe ideas!
Gambits from Gail(Luscious Tomatoes)

Tomato Lover said...

wonderful!

DJ FunkyGrrL said...

Looks delicious

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urban pedestrian said...

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Rose said...

Looks totally yummy! I'll have to try that^^

Missy said...

Those tomatoes are so cute!

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em said...

Your blog is very intriguing, and beautiful! I love tomatoes and can't wait to try this recipe...I also love appetizers and since I don't enjoy stuffed mushrooms, these little tomatoes will make a great substitue for finger food. I will definitely keep an eye on your blog. :) Manga!

oomi said...

nice recipe but i dont know cooking dear

Shannon said...

Oh, fantastic! Thanks so much for your posts. I've been going to a Farmers Market every week and it's exciting to see what you are doing. I'd like to explore a CSA for next year too. Going to try the tomoato recipe! Shannon

Sue said...

I@m excited to have just discovered your blog. I'm a veggie (can't agree that everyone likes bacon though) so am always looking for new veg recipes, will definitely do the tomatoes, and corn soup - thanks!

Spinning Girl said...

I too loathe the caraway seed!