This Tomato Cobbler with Cheddar Herb Biscuits is a cozy and delicious savory cobbler for chilly fall nights. Thank you Amy’s for sponsoring this post. #StartWithAmys this Soup Season.
I don’t know about you, but now that it’s fall, I’m craving all of the warm, cozy, comfort foods.
The weather dropped quite drastically today, and I wanted to bake something in the oven instantly.
I still have pounds of tomatoes from my garden that I need to use from my last harvest of the season. Which led to me thinking about the changing of the seasons. The last garden harvest is when fall really begins for me, when I pick those last few ripe, red tomatoes. The typical subjects on my countertop—tomatoes, zucchini, peaches—will soon be swapped for apples, pumpkin, and pears.
But it’s always nice to get one last use from fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes, before saying goodbye.
I actually do associate tomatoes with cozy comfort foods, being Italian. Sunday suppers and holiday dishes always have tomatoes, in one form or another: lasagna, stuffed tomatoes, crusty fresh bread dipped into warm homemade marinara.
So why not turn tomatoes into one of my favorite hot, bubbly-right-from-the-oven dishes, cobbler?
A savory cobbler, of course….