Heirloom tomatoes from the farmer’s market, green basil, purple basil, fresh feta cheese, olive oil, balsamic, sea salt and homemade garlic croutons… What can I say? I accept your standing ovation. Share this:TweetEmail
17 thoughts on “Another Summer Salad”
What a beautiful salad! And all of my favorite flavors. I’ve been craving a salad, guess I’ll have to head to Whole Foods for lunch.
It has been almost equally hot here in Milwaukee, and the thought of cooking is non existent.Yor salad looks refreshing.Because of you, I have started to throw caution to the wind and put ingrediants together off the top of my head-my efforts have been heartily applauded.Thanks!!!!
it looks gorgeous, and i am certainly prepared to offer a standing ovation…provided you tell us how it tasted. was it delicious? would it be enough for dinner? or should we add some more baby greens or something? how do you feel about baby lettuces?
Do you deliver? I need that salad for lunch.
I applaud you…..but where’s mine?
Great color. Great flavors. I’m going to Union Square NOW.
Looks cool and juicy. Mmm.
yyuuuummmmmmm. How’d you make the croutons?
Adam, your pictures are gettin’ pretty tight these days. Rock it out.
Purple basil? I want some of that. Does it taste just like normal basil?
Mmm heirloom tomatoes are my favorite! Good job on the salad Adam!
I’m in love with this salad too and beautiful shot!
Wow – THAT’S pretty! I can almost taste it.
Gorgeous photo Adam! You’re really working that camera. I just want to poke my fork into the screen and pull up a ripe tomato slice.
This site designer needs to definitely get rid of the heading on this site with the fork and duck, and oh yeah the nerd on the building. Who would be satisfied with that “art” work??? Definitely needs to go. Otherwise, a good and informative site!
Bring it on! My tomatoes are just turning red!
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