I used to share a recipe every Wednesday and then I got soooo busy I couldn’t keep up. I’m back today to share one of my new favorite recipes.
I’ve made it a few times now and every person I have made it for has said it is one of the best things they’ve ever eaten! SO so so so so good. It’s best made with lovely freshly picked cherry tomatoes. The ripe, sweet ones at the end of fall. They really make it so good.
And the fact that you roast them in fresh herbs and then let them sit in the juices and the flavors that come out of it are so sweet and yummy. Seriously I did quite a few and put them in the freezer when they were freshly picked because they are so good!
Well all that roasted tasty goodness and then good bread. Which is dear to my heart. I’ve realized bread reminds me of my childhood. My mom always made our bread and buns. We had a lot of it around. We didn’t have a lot of money but bread was something we could eat affordably. So we did, a lot. That’s another one of the reasons I love it so. That and it’s so stinking good. 😉 This bread is what my kids call the seed bread. It’s an easy loaf that I have yet to actually measure the flour amounts to share with others. It’s on my list of things to do. Sometime I’ll get around to it!
Anywho, back to this tasty treat. Straight out of the amazing David Lebovitz cookbook called My Paris Kitchen. And on a side note, I want all his cookbooks now. I try and keep only my very favorite cookbooks (I have a BIG collection) but I really really love his recipes. Now I totally cheated one of the times with goat cheese from Costco and just mixed in the herbs. (Don’t cringe David!) And it was sooooo yummy still. Seriously. If you are scared by the length of this recipe (relax it’s not hard) then starts with Costco Goat cheese and try it.
I promise you’ll fall in love with it.
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