Campari Tomatoes were developed in Europe and imported to the US in the 1990’s. If you haven’t tried them yet, please do! Campari Tomatoes are smaller than regular tomatoes but bigger than cherry or grape tomatoes. Sprinkle with sliced garlic, salt, pepper, sugar, and chopped basil. Arrange tomatoes in skillet cut sides up. The size of campari tomatoes is best described as medium, but on a small side. They are sold in clusters still on the vine to ensure freshness, grown in a greenhouse herbicide free, always unblemished, sweet, and delicious!! Simmer over medium heat for about 30 minutes or until garlic is translucent. And if you don’t see them in your grocery store ask about them! The best way to judge the size of something is to see it next to something else that’s familiar, and you can now do it using the photo below. You’ll be hooked like me!