Hidden inside a papery husk and no bigger than my thumbnail, these ground cherry tomatoes have a delicate pineapple flavor. I first tasted them almost ten years ago at the Union Square Greenmarket. I had the chance to introduce this old friend to my kids at the Grand Army Plaza Market in Brooklyn this past weekend. My 6 year old who could care less about tomatoes, popped one from its husk and loved it. They're expensive at $4 a half pint but the taste is so unique and season is so fleeting, it's worth the splurge. You can add them to salads, skewer on toothpicks with bocconcini and fresh basil leaves, or just eat them as-is. And if you're a gardener, seeds are available from Trade Winds Fruit.