Hi Julie! I'm in PA and have the issue of having planted too many cherry/grape tomato plants because I got them free. Needless to say, I have been giving them away! I came up with a quick, easy dinner that everyone in the house absolutely LOVES and raves about, besides being very healthy. Generously cover the bottom of a deep skillet with olive oil and add 1 tbls minced garlic. Saute' until the garlic just begins to brown. Wash fresh spinach (I use the very large bag from Costco as I have a lot of tomatoes) Put the spinach in with the garlic and olive oil . Cover and sweat down. Slice your cherry tomatoes in half. (I also recently found a $3 plastic gadget that will quarter olives, cherries, strawberries, etc. I use this but halving is just fine) Once the spinach has cooked down to leave enough room for the amount of tomatoes that you have, add them to the pan. Salt and pepper to taste. I also add a tablespoon of sugar for acid control. Saute uncovered. Once the tomatoes heat up, keep on low heat to cook off some of the juices, about 10 minutes. When liquid has reduced, sprinkle enough parmesan cheese to help absorb the excess. Keep stirring to blend well with the spinach and tomatoes. Serve over cooked pasta, chicken, salmon, fish, Use your imagination!
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