Imagine our delight when today we found that one of Nita’s many tomato plants was a Heirloom Tomato Plant. There within the canape of green leaves were two Rudy Red Heirloom tomatoes.
We had been exposed to an elaborate tomato salad at The Hot and Hot Fish Club, a restaurant here in Birmingham last year, and had duplicated it with tomatoes purchased at the Pepper Place Market in downtown Birmingham. But now we could produce this culinary delight from our garden. Take a look, it’s all from Nita’s garden (except the goat cheese).
2 Ruby Red Heirloom Tomatoes
A pinch of Fresh Thyme
A sprinkling of Balsamic Vinegar
I complimented this magnificent creation with a roasted Rosemary Chicken, with new potatoes and a bottle of Napa Cellars Chardonnay.
This is how we are starting our 4th. of July weekend, can it get any better then this? Maybe it can, I’m getting another ton of rock, to add to the ton and a half that I got last Saturday to build a wall and walk in my
back yard. A three day weekend! I’ll lose 2 lbs a day moving rock.