This quick and tasty summer lunch is fresh out of the garden.
Who can resist this?
The tomato is of an heirloom variety that has a purple top and green bottom that slowly turns red as it ripens. It is the sweetest tomato I have ever tasted! I have no idea what the name of it is so if you know, Please let me know in the comments!
The cucumber was cut from the vine just minutes before it was sliced for the plate.
On the way in the door, I stopped and pulled a scallion and a few basil leaves.
I added some pickled cauliflower for a fermented food aspect and whole grain flat bread crackers.
Add some cheese and nuts if you want some protein.
Make your own goat cheese at home
6 thoughts on “Quick and Tasty Summer Lunch”
My mother called them Cherokee tomatoes….her seeds actually came from a Cherokee Indian ,very old lady…also a small green bean called a bunch bean…no clue if this is true today…
I love the folklore that comes with heirloom seeds! I’ve got to learn about “planting by the signs” then maybe I’ll have better luck with my garden.
Love this time of year with all the fresh food!
Yumm! Yeah, me too!
Such a refreshing lunch, I would even like to eat it in winter 😀
Choc Chip Uru
As long as you can get real tomatoes! Typically, I can’t wait for summer and the delicious tomatoes!