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1.Garlicky Scalloped Tomatoes(www.mydailymorsel.com) ~ Wonderful with fresh from the garden tomatoes and fresh garlic. If you don't grow your own, head to a farmer's market. You'll be glad you did.
2.Caprese Grilled Cheese Sandwich( www.cookingclassy.com ) What better way is there to enjoy perfectly ripe tomatoes other than smothered in melted cheese along with some fresh homemade basil pesto in a sandwich that is grilled to perfection?
3.Baked Tomatoes with Quinoa, Corn, and Green Chiles ( www.preventionrd.com ). You can use almost any hot pepper in here, or use green peppers if you're not into the spice. be sure to thoroughly rinse quinoa. I have only ever had heartburn once in my life, and that's from not rinsing quinoa enough. so delicious and healthy!
4.Creole Tomato Salad ( www.myrecipes.com ) New Orleanians rave about Creole tomatoes, grown exclusively in south Louisiana. If you can get them, they're perfect for this simple no-cook salad, but if you don't live in the area, use your favorite heirloom variety―the juicier and tangier the better.
5.Pasta With Fresh Tomato Sauce ( www.realsimple.com ) This pasta dish is wonderful served with a green salad. The best thing about it is that you can put this meal together in just a few minutes.
6.Summer Tomato Feta Salad (www.busyinbrooklyn.com) - Also, when summer tomatoes aren't ready, Natures Sweet brand cherry tomatoes work for this, too! I love this simple tomato salad. Tomato-Basil feta is another great alternative.