Heirloom and Hybrid Bruschetta

bruschetta

We didn’t have a great season in the garden this year, but for a couple glorious weeks, the tomatoes were out of control. Mortgage Savers. Cherokee Purples. Lillian’s Yellow Heirlooms. Plus, some new breeds like Orange Bananas and Sun Sugars. Chop it all up with some basil, parsley, garlic, and olive oil, then serve with sliced baguette with melted Parmesan and Romano cheese.

Yes, that’s crab dip in the background – more about that in another offering.

Comments

  1. James Moralde says:

    Needless to say, the picture and the description is literally mouth watering. I love tomatoes, I eat them raw right off the garden patch. Juicy.

  2. Delicious….

  3. My mouth is watering… I will love to taste this. Thanks for sharing

  4. Alexander says:

    Looks very tasty! Would love to take a taste of that! I really like how there isn’t just red tomatoes but also yellow ones. I believe it ads to the impression.

  5. Umm… Actually I dont eat tomatoes. But looking at this picture, whew! I can’t resist to have some. 😛

  6. I am so hungry now. and a hungry man is an angry man! 😀

  7. LOL, Vishal. Really – this was an amazing dish. We ate until our bellies were stuffed.

  8. whoooooooo really hungry………..

  9. This has made me want some, right now.

  10. Hey James,

    I love the way you put all the various herbs all together. This is going to make my wife excited.

    Eric

  11. Wow!!!! That stuff looks awesome!

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