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August 13, 2009


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Oh, I love, love, love tomatoes. This dish sounds and looks sooo good! I just want to reach into my laptop and take some tomatoes, and oil, and bread...


I will be bookmarking this one!


Those tomatoes have my name written all over them. I'll eat anything with tomatoes in it. This is no exception. Yum!!!


I love that top photo! So gorgeous! This looks delicious.

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Sounds absolutely delicious! I love tomatoes. I am going to save this one for the next time we have friends over for dinner!


This dish does look great. I really enjoyed reading both past posts. Very good. I love the LBI scenery. I long to go back on vacation! I have never been to Seattle really, just the airport on a layover to gorgeous Alaska. I would love to go one day. Then, again, I would love to go almost anywhere! Great post!

Sugar B

I am so digging those pictures! :)

I love tomatoes. I wish I have a garden so I can grow those suckers.

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

Yum! So perfect on a nice toasted bread!


This is the appetizer of my dreams. Simple, delicious and you can make it 5 days ahead? Wow. Thanks for the tip on the Blanc Manger, too :)

Phyllis (me HUNGRY!)

Omigosh, I'm in LOVE. I don't think I could wait for 2 hours to eat this. And you need to get yourself to Seattle ASAP. Especially Pike Place market - I almost moved there for that reason alone.


so i know that roasting tomatoes is one of my favorite ways to eat them, if not my absolute number one choice. however, i've never involved delicious olive oil in the process--that would clearly take them above and beyond! thanks for posting this recipe and method!


That looks stunning and sounds delish! I'm with Nicole--anything you can make 5 days ahead is right out of a dream :)


I'm so going to make these one day. YUM.


Those look amazing!!! I'm reading Molly's book right now and this recipe is in it, and I've been meaning to try it... Yours look so beautiful, I'm going to have to make it sooner than later!


These look delicious!

Just for giggles....my husband once accidentally ordered "pasta pornodoro" from Olive Garden. He was embarrassed, and I couldn't stop laughing.


I HAVE lived in Seattle (for 12 years) and never had these! Now I have my own garden and tomato plants and STILL haven't tried this. Course, I'm waiting for red tomatoes .... still green. This dish looks amazing - I agree. Perfect for late summer when all the toms are ripe!


oh my god, total perfect GOLD on good crusty bread! and with feta or goat cheese...MmmmmM!


I've made these, but serve them with mozzarella and basil. Roasting in the oven gives tomatoes such a dense flavor; next time I will add some crusty bread.


That looks incredibly easy! Yum!


Just came over to say how much I love your site too, and I'm greeted by the most beautiful photo! This is too funny, my sister just posted about a very similar recipe yesterday: http://www.kitchenist.com/cooking/snacks-etc/sweet-but-not-treat-homemade-sunblushed-tomatoes/1160

I'll have to send her over here to see your recipe. We call them sunblushed tomatoes.

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