Tomato, Mozzarella, Basil, Balsamic Salad, Etc.

After our farmers market outing, we decided to use some of our new goodies for lunch, including a no-measure tomato, mozzarella, basil, balsamic salad.

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Here’s our mixture of locally, organically grown tomatoes.

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Now, you need basil, too.

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Slice tomatoes

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Slice fresh basil

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Slice fresh mozzarella

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Top with drizzle olive oil, salt, pepper

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Top with drizzle balsamic.

Stir, let flavors mesh, then enjoy!

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I had my salad with a turkey panini using some of our new jalapenos

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Jalapenos!

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Smoked gouda

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Into the panini press

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Beautiful!

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Look at all those lovely seeds on the Great Harvest Bread Company Dakota bread!

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Altogether now. I only ate half the sammie to save room for dessert.

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Got a new Better Homes decorating magazine last night – it has some good tips – can’t wait to get reading!

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Hubby and I love stopping by a local bakery on Saturdays.

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I find their glazed donuts irresistible.

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They were out today, so I got a pretzel twist instead. The twist proved to be a little too much for me…think I’ll stick with the donuts next time (if they’re available), but I love their doughy-ness with that yummy glaze. Yum! Pair this with a little milk and you’ve got a nice afternoon!

What did you do on your Saturday?

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Comments

  1. says

    You are so lucky to have a nearby farmer's market! Those tomatoes look heavenly. I love it when I see packs with a variety in. Admittedly I am not a huge bread eater, but that looks like an outstanding loaf with all those seeds…

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