After trying the delicious heirloom tomato tart from Sassafras Bakery two weeks in a row, I wanted to try my hand at making one myself. Armed with this recipe from Chez Pim to start with, I made one of my own. I stayed true to the recipe the first time around:
The next couple of times I made it, I blind baked the tart crust first, and then laid down a layer of fontina cheese and the tomatoes, sprinkled it with some parmesan shreds, and then baked it for a half hour or so until everything was bubbling. So, so delicious served in wedges and dressed with some really good olive oil and balsamic glaze.