The most important rule of successful dough: Keep your butter cold! The fat starts cold and needs to stay cold before the dough hits the oven. Butter is made up of milk solids and water. When cold butter hits a hot oven, the water in the butter evaporates quickly, which creates a flavorful and flakey crust.
The caramelized flavors of these tomatoes are awesome. You can eat them alone or add them to a salad, stack them in burgers, or serve them as a side dish.