The late August arrival of vine ripened tiny tomato clusters that are absolutely delicious eaten out of hand, tossed fresh into salads and pastas, or used to make salsa, this Aztec fruit creates an explosion of texture and taste. These splendid, candy-like tomato poppers are one of nature's most versatile and beloved ingredients. Blistered with a fragrant blend of fresh herbs, garlic, salt, pepper, and a little olive oil, tiny tomatoes deliver an even more indulgent, caramelized, sweet tomato taste. With a salad of mesclun greens simply dressed with a lemon, olive oil, and mustard vinaigrette and a glass of Sancerre, this tomato sensation rules as the perfect summer weeknight supper. Gorgeous enough, however, to be served at a baby shower, anniversary or garden gathering. Make two-they disappear quickly.