Thursday, July 22, 2010

Heat Wave Tomato Sandwiches



Who wants to turn on the stove when it's 90+ degrees outside? I barely have enough energy to open the fridge (except to stick my head in it to cool off) so we're eating a lot of no-cook dinners. Sometimes food that is unfussy and low maintenance is the most flavorful and refreshing - these sandwiches fit the bill.



Heat Wave Tomato Sandwiches:
1 loaf of good crusty bread (I used caramelized onion baguette from Olga's Cup & Saucer)
1-2 large juicy tomatoes
fresh basil leaves
fresh oregano leaves
herbed goat cheese
baby arugula
salt & pepper
olive oil
balsamic vinegar



Maybe I should just say make a sandwich? But to be more specific, slice the bread, spread on the goat cheese, lay on sliced tomatoes, herbs, and arugula. Sprinkle with salt & pepper then drizzle with olive oil & vinegar - eat in front of open window, on cool porch, on while floating on body of water.

5 comments:

  1. These look absolutely delicious! I am all for avoiding the oven/any heat producing object in my house (hairdryer included). Plus, I have an obsession with goat cheese. Done and done.

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  2. THIS is why I'm so happy you're posting again! And I guess a lot of us are thinking along the same lines: I've added a couple of "raw" nights to our weekly menus, and I just bought Raw Food: A Complete Guide from Amazon yesterday. I'm not exactly a raw convert, but "fresh food" and "no oven" make a lot of sense in the summer! Love ya'll, and waiting to hear about that baby1 :)

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  3. Thanks Casey & Monica! This is one of my most favorite sandwiches...I'm already looking forward to hitting the Farmers Market tomorrow and recreating them.

    Enjoy!

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  4. yum! well, dinner tonight is planned.

    i work for a natural food cooperative in madison, wi, and coordinate recipe content for our newsletter and website. would it be alright for me to post an occasional twobluelemons recipe? of course, it would credit and link to your fabulous blog! let me know what you think. cheers!

    stephanie ricketts
    executive assistant
    willy street co-op
    s.ricketts@willystreet.coop

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