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Continued: Dig in: The summer trifecta of corn, zucchini and tomatoes are in season

  • Article by: DANIEL NEMAN , Toledo Blade
  • Last update: August 21, 2013 - 3:11 PM

The most elegant use for tomatoes, corn and zucchini that we found is the enticing (but misnamed) Squash and Tomato Pie, which isn’t a pie at all. It is more of a casserole — it doesn’t have a crust — consisting of layers of zucchini and summer squash, corn cooked with red onions, tomatoes and Fontina cheese, all topped with a mixture of seasoned breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese.

It makes for a beautiful pres­entation, and, of course, the aroma that fills your house as it bakes is marvelous. But it’s the taste that matters most. So, how does it taste?

In a word: sublime.









 

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