Bruschetta is a favorite finger food of mine and Tomato Bread Salad has become a summer staple. So why not combine them on a beautiful plate?
And as summer rolls on there are tomatoes, tomatoes everywhere…
Similar ingredients – make this the perfect recipe twist.
Garden Tomatoes diced (or stuffed) Fresh Herbs (Basil, Lemony Thyme, Chive, Oregano) Pan roasted chopped Garlic Fine diced Red Onion Thinly sliced Radish All tossed with Olive Oil, White Balsamic, Sea Salt & Fresh Cracked Pepper
Style your ingredients and serve with fresh baked bread.
Bruschetta Salad is fresh yet familiar.
Have you had Insalata Chicken Florentine from Macaroni Grill? Are there other copycat recipes you’d like to see us recreate? I’d love for you to comment below. Your feedback is so important to me (and keeps the recipe love fresh).
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, Lemony Thyme, Garlic, Panko, Olive Oil, Sea Salt & Fresh Cracked Pepper (according to taste) Encrusted Petite Lamb Chop with Balsamic Glaze & Crispy Leeks. Can you say melt in your mouth goodness.
There are basically four groups of people I love to cook for ~ family, friends, co-workers, and my beloved tennis mates. While I enjoy the sport of tennis very much, I must admit that the social aspect of league tennis is equally fun for me. I have served as co-captain on almost every team I’ve played on and am completely sure it’s because I will gladly plan the food for any match. On this day, I assigned myself dessert so that I could finally try this recipe that has been calling to me from multiple Pinterest boards. It was a hit! I present you S’more Brownies.
This Light & Refreshing Chilled Curried Zucchini Soup is bursting with beautiful flavors.
Some of that was due to the overnight chilling. This soup started as a hot soup the night before. It wasn’t until the next morning when I went to the fridge to see what leftovers I could turn into breakfast that I discovered the full beauty of this soup.
My love of vegetables developed very early on. My mom’s parents, Nana and Boppy, had an incredible garden. As far back as I can remember we, the grandchildren, helped out in the garden. I had no idea at the time that learning how to tell if a carrot was ready to be pulled, or feeling the thrill that comes from turning over a pitch fork and finding little potato treasures, or the sheer goodness of the biggest most beautiful blueberries bursting in your mouth….would lead to a lifetime of food true love.