Mmmmm! That looks refreshing! I love the globs of Moooz!
Goodness, I couldn't eat this plate fast enough! The flavors were so good. We're going to have another plate of it tonight, LOL.I'm going to go check our your blog. Thank you so much for finding mine and commenting!
Oh My Goodness!!! This looks Wonderful Donna!! Happy eating!!hughugs
As soon as our tomatoes get ripe in the garden, we'll be eating this several times a week! Yum!
Mmmmm that looks delicious!We want to welcome you to our photo challenge.
It will be even better when we are able to pick the tomatoes right out of our garden patch!Thank you for the warm welcome to the challenge. I have my pictures and post all ready to go, LOL!
Oh my, you folks sure know good eatin' up there in Tennessee!! Yummy!! :)My daughter's dad lives in Knoxville, and she just came back from a visit.
That's for sure, Sally! We practically become vegetarians in the summer with the abundant fresh veggies! Small world on the Knoxville connection, LOL. We live outside the city limits, in the pretty northwest area of the county. Rolling hills and pastures!
That looks absolutely delicious. Maybe I'll make one like it for my lunch, but the only home-grown bit would be the basil, my tomatoes and onions aren't ready yet.
Thanks, Debrah! Tasty, easy, and no need to heat up the kitchen. It's a winning combination!
Yes..this looks VERY good to me too! thanks!
Give it a try, Cindy, for a nice summer lunch or side dish for dinner!
Yum! looks delicious! i'll have to try that soon as our tomatoes ripen.
You should love it, Lana! Simple and delicious.
Marty, here! Donna loves comments, and I faithfully pass them on to her. Thank you so much for visiting!