As you can see, I picked up a few other things, as well. Corn, okra, peaches, plums, and a patty pan squash.
My husband and I made our first tomato sandwiches of the summer, and here they are! We topped them off with some herbs from our little herb garden. I chose the miniature basil leaves, and he chose fresh dill.
To make a tomato sandwich, all you have to do is toast bread, slather on some mayonnaise (I didn't have any vegan mayo, so I skipped it.), layer on your tomato slices, and sprinkle with lots of salt and pepper (and herbs, if you want).
This past weekend, I posted a picture on facebook of Succotash, that Little Miss Vegetarian reader, Jasmine, from Phoenix, shared. It looked so good, I had to try it myself! So, I used a few more of my farmers market ingredients.
OUT. OF. THIS. WORLD.
Jasmine said, "It sounds too simple to be as yummy as it is!" She was right! I will definitely be making this again. For those of you who missed it, here are Jasmine's easy instructions for making Succotash:
Put all of the ingredients (tomatoes, corn, and okra) in a saute pan with a pinch of salt. Cook at a gentle heat until the okra is cooked to your liking.
It really is as easy as that, and I hope you'll try it! Thanks, Jasmine!
Don't forget, if YOU have something you'd like me to share on the Little Miss Vegetarian facebook page, send a photo and your recipe to firstname.lastname@example.org. I can't wait to hear from you!