Tuesday, October 5, 2010

what would you make

with these gifts from the garden?
(no we didn't grow the lemon, jacob,
that's a bonus ingredient)

20 comments:

Malyss said...

Spaghetti bolognese (served with covered in breadcrumb fish, to use the lemon)
Bon appétit! as Julia would say!

Small City Scenes said...

I love a fresh tomato snadwich on 9 grain bread. Maybe a bit of cucumber too.
Bounty from the garden! MB

Elenka said...

a tomato snowman with curly green hair

B SQUARED said...

If they are right from the garden, just a little salt will be just fine.

lizziviggi said...

I'm with B Squared-- that's the best way to eat garden-fresh tomatoes. But I'm shocked-- no zucchini? We are inundated with zucchini!

Sharon said...

I'm seeing a fresh tomato pasta shaping up!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I think home grown tomatoes are too tasty to be used for a sauce, but should be eaten raw, in a salad, or with buffalo mazzarela and olive oil.

Cezar and Léia said...

Tomato and mozzarella! A SALAD! :)
I think it's delicious and light!
Léia

Birdman said...

Easy! ...with some help a Bloody Mary! Next question?

Steffe said...

I get some tomatoes and cucumber from one of my dads old friends every now and then. His vegetables are way tastier then the ones I buy at the local grocery store.

Rob and Mandy said...

We used to call them pommes d'amour, love apples, in old french.

Irina said...

Tomatoes, mozzarella, ciabata, greens - you prepared next knife for my figure.
And no, there were no stitches yesterday, by the morning new ideas came from the fridge.

VP said...

Lovely still life, ready for the kitchen!

Jacob said...

Gifts from a Vermont garden and a Florida grove?

Looks good to me wherever they came from!

Paula said...

Definitely something with pasta and mozzarella. Cool idea for a post, BC.

Randy said...

SALSA!

Carraol said...

Perfect for a salad (of colors)!

Kate said...

Our tomatoes did miserably this year, but the herbs a splendid. Looks like a good meal to me!

Amin said...

Salad.

Jilly said...

There is just nothing like home grown tomatoes. Just olive oil and what you have there would do me fine. Crusty bread and perhaps some mozzarella if I'm hungry.

Some tomato plants popped up in my compost heap and every time I go out I pick a few - they are the small cherry tomatoes. A surprise!