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End of the Summer Vegetable Roast

As summer ends in New England with cool mornings feeling like rich jewel colors, awaking, bursting like ripe grapes, I stroll through my town's farmers market on a mission to capture the last remnants of Summer's golden rays ripening garden fresh produce. No I am not disappointed as a choice, multi colored cherry tomatoes with dew glistening skin, deep hewed potatoes, red, purple and white, mini gems, soil crusted onions picked this morning and fresh herbs that I can smell even without bring to my nose. I am captivated by the array of gorgeous fresh product still available today. Leaving with my basket full and heavy I race home to create not only a delicious vegetable roast but a world class visual of Summer's best bounty!  

End of the Summer Vegetable Roast
8 oz multi color Gourmet potatoes 4 cups whole heirloom cherry tomatoes 1 large onion, thinly sliced 2 cloves minced garlic 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons fresh thinly slice basil 1 tablespoon fresh French thyme …