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Heirloom Tomato Salads

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Heirloom Tomato salad with sunflower oil.

You don’t need a lot of ingredients in a salad when it comes to heirloom tomatoes. They are the most flavorful tomatoes you can find! When they are in season (or you grow your own) try these simply but very delicious salads and savor every bite! Here are two simplest recipes with a big flavor, and nothing else except for the delicious goodness itself, salt, pepper and oil. That is it! » Read more

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Yellow and Green Beans with Herbs

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I combined green and yellow string beans in this salad because that what I have in my garden (funny thing I planted only yellow, but harvested both:). You can use just green beans, whatever you have or like. The combination of crisp tender beans, sweet tomatoes, fragrant basil and oregano is just simply irresistible! » Read more

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Carrot and Zucchini Ribbons

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I love the presentation of this dish. The colorful orange and green ribbons look very nice on a plate and taste delicious. I like them crunchy, but if you prefer your veggies soft, cook them longer.  Ginger and cumin give a nice zing to this dish, but you can omit one of them (or both) if you don’t like them.

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