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  • Katie Lewandowski

    fresh corn and tomato salad. absolutely delicious and perfect for summer. 6 ears corn 3 large fresh tomatoes 1/2 large onion or about 1 cup chopped ( I used a sweet onion) 1/2 cup chopped fresh basil two to three sprigs fresh oregano (optional) 2 tablespoons white vinegar ( I used white balsamic) 1/4 cup olive oil coarse sea salt fresh ground pepper

  • Gwen Kugler

    Tomato Corn Salad. YUM! Perfect for the summer time!

  • Ana Morgan

    fresh corn and tomato salad. absolutely delicious and perfect for summer. Healthy quick and easy. (I've been trying to find some healthy, quick side dishes!)

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