Send Off Tomato Season With a Bang: Heirloom Tomato and Cheese Tart
This summer was a summer of firsts for our family. We’d moved to a new place, so every day seemed like an adventure for a while, as we navigated our way through our new town. One of the things I was incredibly excited to find on our exploration was our amazing local farmers market. Actually, Indianapolis is lucky to be home to many amazing markets, but we frequented the Carmel Farmers Market, because it was close to home. What a great way to spend a Saturday morning! We love to grab a delicious, savory breakfast crepe (Avery prefers Nutella and Banana) or a “Walking Waffle”, and wander around the beautiful vendors' booths, filling our bag with fresh baked pastries and breads, amazing produce, and so much more.
You can guarantee that one of the items that made it into our bag weekly were beautiful homegrown tomatoes. As you know, I can’t grow a thing, so I love when someone else can provide me with amazing summer tomatoes.
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The farmers market is winding down for the year, only a couple of weekends left, so I wanted to make sure to send it off with a bang and make one of my favorite tomato tarts with some of those amazing market tomatoes before it was too late. It’s fairly simple to put together, and looks pretty impressive when all is said and done. The biscuit crust and cheesy topping are the perfect vehicle for summer’s bounty.
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