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June 24, 2007



Sounds like the perfect lunch -- I have tomatoes from the farmers' market, and basil in the garden that needs to be cut back. A loaf of bread, a bit of cheese -- delightful!


Oh that's gorgeous. I could eat a plate of that myself. Yum. I'm very impressed that you had the presence of mind in the middle of all that tomato-ey goodness to be able to critique the different varieties. I'd probably be shoveling it in, going "huh? Good, that's all I know!"



Dear sweet Jebus that looks heavenly. I am still quite jealous of your harvest.. this waiting game is not easy when you share recipes like this.. I'm sitting here in a puddle of tomato envy. :)

Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this! We have tomatoes but they are still green.. soon though! I shall make this for my very own self.. with the bread.. and quite possibly the goat's milk cheese (screw you thighs!) and I shall be a happy, happy woman. Unless of course Hubbs wants to share - and then I could be a happy, happy woman behind bars for stabbing him with my fork.

But you'll have that, eh?

YOU ROCK, Sherry!


Dave and I were just discussing what to have for lunch. He was leaning towards a BLT salad, but I'm enraptured by your beautiful plate of tomatoes! So gorgeous, and I just happen to have some bread and goat cheese as well.


That looks so lovely. I wish we could get decent tomatoes here because that would surely get made often. Maybe moving to our new house I'll try to plant a garden in the back -- we're just about starting from scratch back there so it would be a good plan.


You're going to make me cry! That is so beautiful... and I just put 22 tomato plants on the non-usable compost heap... fungus do to lots of rain and no sun.
I replanted but it will be a long time before I see that sight on my table.
Yup, I'm going to cry....


Ahhhh, summer tomatoes and this salad! So simple and ssoooooooooo good! I live for this one. Most excellent Sher!


ohmygod ohmygod ohmygod ohmygod! I can't wait for tomato season out East. bouncebouncebouncebouncebounce... I'm so excited! My tomato plants look like they might not die and might actually produce fruit. yay yay yay yay yay! Who's had to much tea this morning? Ann has! thanks for this salad Sher!


Beautiful tomatoes, Sher. You're such a whiz with the simple meals. Can you please move to NY and cook for me? ;)


You're right who needs the rest of dinner with these beauties. But heck- I want some nude bread too!


Gorgeous. One of my favorite combos. I love tomatoes. The oil, basil and bread are to completely swoon over! Thanks for sending in your salad!

Susan from Food Blogga

Is there anything prettier than festively colored summer tomatoes?


Ah.....you do know I'll dream of this tonight, right? Check out the post tomorrow am. Heavenly to be sure.

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