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  1. Jan

    Sounds good and looks amazing! Your food pictures are wonderful!

  2. Yum, I used to eat these as a kid, but you make them look beautiful. Elegant enough for a dinner party appetiser, with some toast and salad leaves.

  3. wow! what a gorgeous meal! love that first photo! :) jealous of all your tomato plants!

  4. That’s summer in pretty tomatoes :) I could easily gobble down a few!

  5. Wow. That looks so simple but so tasty. Never seen an egg in a tomato before. Great idea. I guess you could use different cheeses as well. Great post.

  6. Elizabeth, so jealous of your bursting tomato plants. (It is way to cold here in Berkeley for us to grow our own.) Looks like summer is treating your guys right!
    xoxo
    E

  7. Wow, this looks both beautiful and delicious! I fear my version might not coming out looking the same way, but I’m definitely going to give this recipe a try.

  8. EB

    These are in my oven right now and I can’t wait to give them a taste! I didn’t have any chives so I diced up a fresh jalapeno to sprinkle on top. They look delicious. Thanks so much for the recipe.

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