Friday, September 6, 2013

Fresh Tomato Galette

Oh yes. It was good. Very.

The recipe? Simple.

Crescent rolls, mozzarella and provolone cheese, fresh, ripe tomatoes drizzled with olive oil, a bit of sea salt, and five olives cut in half. ☺ Bake at 350F for 20 minutes.

Kati! Can you believe it? I have finally landed on the correct day. =D

Love Vee

40 comments:

  1. Oh, yum! Love fresh tomato anything!!!!!

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  2. That sounds delicious!

    Thanks for the reminder about Kati's Photo Friday!

    Deanna

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  3. this looks delicious!Oh my, I'm hungry now!

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  4. This looks so good right now and it's only 6:00 in the morning :) Maybe I will make it for lunch - thanks for sharing! Hugs

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  5. Looks yummy too, Vee.
    I love using crescent rolls,
    they're so versatile.

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  6. Leftovers? I'll be right over! Too bad I'm gluten free:(

    If we have pizza, I eat the toppings and make a salad. You'd think that I'd be pick thin - right? Oh well:)

    Happy Friday my friend!

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  7. Enjoyed your yummy galette today:-)and your first line too! :-))

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  8. Oooh, that looks scrumtious!! Might just have to make it soon!

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  9. That looks like Friday-night-after-work fare. I have everything but the Crescent Rolls. Thanks, Vee!!

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  10. I am soooo convinced that this was very good! I think I'll put that on my menu plan for this week. We still have some tomatoes from the garden. Yum!

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  11. I love good and I love easy! Yummy lookin!
    I might have to make this as a side to our soup tonight.
    Happy Friday to you!

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  12. My grands will LOVE this.

    Love,

    Your doughnut hole collecting friend

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    1. Hahahahahahaha... But didn't they look just like them?

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  13. Yum yum... love the simple ingredients and preparation.

    Happy day!

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  14. Oh yum! This looks so good! I would like to have some right now. I agree with Mom...we should make it this week. :)

    I've so enjoyed having you join in on Photo Friday these past few weeks. Feel free to link-up all your past Photo Friday posts, too.

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  15. Oh my goodness, I was just thinking about what to make for dinner and here it is. With all the tomatoes I still have in the garden I was plum out of ideas.

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  16. This just might be lunch tomorrow, looks delicious, we still have fresh tomatoes being produced. Thanks for sharing, a great bookmark for a quick tasty meal.

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  17. Wow just finished lunch and am quite well fed, but your photo made me hungry. It looks delicious!

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  18. Looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  19. Oh Vee, this looks so delicious! I want to make one!! I need to join Kati's linky!!!! Off to a doctor appointment!!!!!! Have a beautiful weekend. xo

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  20. That is the type of food I most love to eat -- and which I haven't eaten in a long time! I hope you enjoyed it:)

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  21. I know I would love this recipe. Now, if only I had some tomatoes. Must look for some at the roadside stand because ours haven't done very well this year and we only get 1 or 2 at a time and small ones at that.

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  22. I've seen galettes made with fruit but never a savoury one, boy does this look good!
    Judith

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  23. You're making my mouth water! I think it's time to start dinner! This looks amazing! Hugs!

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  24. My family would LOVE this- it sounds delicious AND easy!!! xo Diana

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  25. Oh Vee...this is a must bake! I'm drooling!

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  26. Looks good but I'd have to have it without the olives. Ken loves olives though.

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  27. That looks delicious Vee! I've never had this before and don't even know how to pronounce the word. Ha! I have never had provolone either. What have I been missing???

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  28. I just noticed your new header and background page. I love it! Beautiful.

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  29. Looks really good! I'm going to have to break down and buy some tomatoes!

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  30. I like delicious, and simple, thanks for sharing.
    Had my eye on Susan Branch's new book, thanks for the review.

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  31. Easy and really delicious looking. Hope you have a nice weekend.

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  32. I am going to try this. Thank you for the new recipe.

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  33. This looks delicious Vee! I love recipes that use fresh tomatoes! Really looking forward to trying this! THANKS! Have a great weekend, beautiful weather here in NH!
    Linda
    ps hoping to join your 9/18 note card party, will have to read the instructions first!!!

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  34. This looks delicious! And easy to make too. I'm going to have to try this.

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  35. Oh now I am hungry!!!!! That looks so good. Yum. PS. Vee I am waiting for little celo bags for my gift tags, so have delayed listing them on my Etsy.)

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