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.

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