Saturday, August 05, 2006

Recipe Swap: Summer Salads

Summer is in full swing! Summer is the perfect weather for salads of any kind! If you have a favorite summer salad that you would like to share, post the recipe on your blog sometime this week, and e-mail me a link or comment in this post with your link. I'll be posting all the recipe links next Saturday evening!

Here's a salad I enjoyed tonight:
~*~ tomatoes from my garden ~*~ feta cheese ~*~ sweet basil from my garden ~*~
~*~ a small amount of vinagrette salad dressing ~*~



I got the idea for this salad from Lindsey. Thank you, Lindsey!

19 comments:

allison said...

That picture is making my mouth water! I love tomatoes and vinegar!

Lindsey @ Enjoythejourney said...

Awwh you are welcome! Here is another great tomato recipe:

Cut off the top of the tomato. Core it out and set aside the tomato. Mix in cheese (your fave kind), some breadcrumbs, fresh basil, and a pat of butter (softened). Mix well, then stuff back into the tomato.

Put in foil, wrap up, and GRILL for 10 minutes until warm and cheese has melted. MMMMMM

Kelli said...

Yum! What a delicious looking salad! You can't go wrong with fresh tomatoes and basil! I will be sure to post one of mine next week. :0)
Kelli

Jennifer said...

That looks good. Mmmmm! Especially on a hot day.

Susan said...

Your tomato salad looks yummy!! I posted a recipe up on my blog at


http://susangodfrey.blogspot.com/2006/08/recipe-swap-summer-salads.html

annecourager said...

Hey! We had that salad (no feta though) last night too!

Rachel said...

Oh yum, I need to make this tonight! Lots 'o' feta-mmmmm!

Carol said...

The salad looks beautiful and yummy. I'll have to try making it.

Thanks

Michelle Hill said...

Tammy, That salad looks really good..

Chyrll said...

Here's my recipe -

http://chyrllscorner.blogspot.com/2006/08/fruited-chicken-salad.html

~Chyrll

allison said...

I've posted my summery salad! Thanks for hosting the swap!

http://domesticadventures.tuggle.org/?p=236

HopiQ said...

Tomatoes and onions with some oil and vinegar and a bit of salt and garlic sure sound yummy! I posted a recipe on my blog for a spinach salad I love.

HopiQ said...

http://heartnhome.blogspot.com/2006/08/spinach-salad.html#links

Here's the link.

Mrs. U said...

lopHow fun, Tammy!!! I can't wait to see all the wonderful recipes you receive!!!

Here's my entry...
http://makingahouseahome.blogspot.com/2006/08/recipe-swap-summer-salads.html

His,
Mrs. U

Three Sisters Blog said...

Here's our link for the summer salads-

http://3sistersblog.blogspot.com/2006/08/frosted-orange-salad.html

~ 3 sisters

mrssaf said...

Tammy,
try the tomatoes and basil w/ some fresh onion and fresh mozerrella (the kind in the water that is super soft) and a touch of balsamic vinegar and olive oil it is amazing!

Colleen

Julieann said...

Tammy, your salad looks Yummy:) I was raised in an Italian household, and my Grandmother would always make something similiar--she would cut up tomatoes, add a bunch of garlic, salt and pepper, and then add oil--she would serve it as an appetizer with crackers, hard bread--and she called it Italian salsa:)
You have a very lovely site, and I so enjoy visiting it and reading--:)

Julieann:)

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Susan said...

Here's my entry -

Sweet Spinach Salad