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Tomato Girl Summer

Tomato Girl Summer

You heard it here seventh: Tomato Girl Summer is in full swing. It can be hard to keep tabs on the dizzying wheel of opaque seasonal microtrends – Hot Girl Summer! Soft Girl Summer! Adam Sandler Summer? – but the latest iteration caught our attention.

tomatoes on the vine

Technically, Tomato Girl Summer is less about the vegetable (tomatoes are a vegetable, this is the hill I will die on) and more about looking like you're perpetually on an expensive and carefree vacation along the Mediterranean coast. Crisp summer whites, silk hair scarves, dark sunglasses, Aperol spritzes – think White Lotus season 2, without the murder or adultery.

We're pro European beach vacation, even a pretend one, and we're certainly pro dressing for the occasion, but mostly we're pro tomato. If, like the majority of us, your Tomato Girl Summer is more conference call than Capri, feel free to lean in as we are: with this extremely easy, delicious - dare we say transportive - tomato tart using the best of the season's starring vegetable (fight me!!). It's easy, it's cheesy, it's tomato-y, and it's the star of our Tomato Girl Summer, at least until the next theme arrives. Salute!

tomato varietals

Heirloom Tomato Tart 

One sheet of frozen puff pastry dough, thawed 
Sundried tomato pesto
Goat cheese
Heirloom and cherry tomatoes, sliced
Fresh thyme and basil
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Lay the sheet of dough flat on parchment paper and spread with the pesto, leaving a half-inch border. Layer goat cheese on top, then top with heirloom slices, filling spaces with the cherry tomatoes. Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, fresh thyme and basil ribbons. Bake for 15-18 minutes until the dough is browned, and let rest for 10 minutes before cutting. 
Heirloom tomato tart

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