Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Pasta with Yellow Pear Tomatoes

Pasta with Yellow Pear Tomatoes
When we purchased 4 cherry tomato plants last May, we never expected to pick these little yellow pear shaped tomatoes from those plants.  To our surprise, these tomatoes are so juicy and full of flavour.  Their branches are full of fruit and just when we think we've picked all the ripened tomatoes, we wake up to an even bigger batch the next morning.  

While these tomatoes are so tasty on their own or in a salad, we're having a lot of fun discovering different ways of cooking with them and enjoying the rich flavour these tomatoes are adding to each dish.  



35 comments:

  1. This pasta sounds like a wonderful way to use all of those fresh tomatoes!

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  2. Your pasta dish is very elegant and beautiful. What a terrific dish to enjoy al fresco on cool late summer/early fall evening!

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  3. *tomatoes! Opps, I've got pasta on the brain!

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  4. So yummy so healthy! Glad to see ya posting Ellen :).
    xox
    Ash

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  5. Mmmh... looks so fresh and delicious!

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  6. mımm looks so delicious..But I didint see theese tomatos before..they are lovely..

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  7. You are really a queen of easy dishes! :)

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  8. I LOVE THIS RECIPE!!!!

    No measuring and only fresh, easy ingredients = awesomeness x 10000000

    thanks ellenb!

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  9. Hi Ellen! This looks so simple, colorful and flavorful! Perfect for an easy, fast and refreshing dinner :)

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  10. I eat those little yellow pears-tomatoes like candy. Love it over pasta - just some basil - and almost set. Beautiful summer fare.

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  11. I love yellow tomatoes. My kids don't usually like tomatoes, but these little gems taste like candy and they can't get enough of them :-)

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  12. This is so great - I still have a ton of tomatoes so this is perfect!
    Mary x

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  13. Lucky you, to have your own home-grown tomatoes!

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  14. This recipe looks wonderful and if I saw it last week I could have used the last of my garden tomatoes but, the cool weather has come and my tomatoes are gone till next year…I will miss my freshly picked tomatoes!! Great looking pasta dish!

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  15. Pasta with the home grown tomatoes looks wonderful.

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  16. Beautiful dish and so easy to make! Wish I had a garden....

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  17. Beautiful dish and so easy to make! Wish I had a garden....

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  18. Yum! I definitely have to make this. Hope you're having a good day!

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  19. I wish we had these beautiful tomatoes here in Greece. They look so beautiful in your pasta dish.

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  20. I still have tomatoes too! this is perfect dish for them - elegant and delicious
    Mary x

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  21. Skinnysweetsdaily.comSeptember 20, 2012 at 10:05 AM

    Picture is so beautiful. I have to try this dish! Thanks Ellen. Have a great day! Pam :)

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  22. this look awesome-the tomatoes are gorgeous! I loveee fresh produce and pasta!!

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  23. Dear Ellen, this sounds healthy and delicious! And it looks like a bowl of sunshine. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  24. that looks really good... fresh and good. sometimes the best dishes are the simplest.

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  25. I love yellow tomatoes! This sounds yummy!

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  26. Ellen, this recipe is very simple and soo delicious! Kiss and hug :))

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  27. I planted yellow tomatoes... but didn't realize when I was planting them in the house that the yellow tomatoes were all that grew... We did get a few roma tomato plants but mostly yellow tomatoes... I love them, they are so good. Love your pasta dish.

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  28. Holaaa ...Ellen cómo estás ??es un plato muy hermoso y sabroso me encantaaaa,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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