This tomato basil soup is one of my all time FAVOURITE soup recipes! It's easy to make and always tastes amazing! Serve it hot with fresh garlic bread and Mmmm... It's the perfect soup for a summer meal!
Cosi Tomato Basil Soup Copycat. Yummo! Seriously folks, this is a life-altering experience.....ever since I first experienced this is the Reagan airport, I have been bombarding Cosi to put a Cosi in the St. Louis, MO area! So far no luck but at least I can do the copycats!
My family came to visit New York for the first time ever. We don't see each other very often since they live in Texas, but it was my birthday last Tuesday so we celebrated together. We went to the 9/11 memorial, took the staten island ferry to see the statue of liberty, went to the rockefeller center, ate soup dumplings in chinatown and gelato in little italy. It was truly the best birthday I've had in a while. I took them to all my favorite restaurants. They also had a lot of firsts when it came to food: chopped liver, hipster thai food, halal truck lamb and rice. My dad raved about this amazing scallop ceviche we had, though I'm pretty sure he doesn't know what "ceviche" means—all that matters is he loved it. The meals we shared together were so carefree, and I was just happy to see them happy. At the end of each day we were completely beat from all the walking, but also the insane heat + humidity. This weather has been ridiculous lately. Just ridiculous. My mom and brother even called an audible during their last full day here and went back to the hotel early in order to cool down. As of Friday, they escaped this heat wave by going back to Texas...where it's cooler right now. It's only appropriate that the recipe I'm sharing today is a fresh tart made with uncooked tomatoes and a smooth, cool filling of goat cheese, ricotta, and scallions. It makes a great addition to any summer dinner party, but is no less enjoyable if you're dining alone. Either way, it's a good meal to beat the heat. Enjoy and stay cool!
Italian Tomato and Eggs recipe- fresh tomatoes, basil and truffle oil makes this a simple, healthy & heavenly meal for breakfast or quick dinners. This is truly how Italians eat. http://www.thefedupfoodie.com
This Tomato Spinach Feta Quinoa Salad is a fresh and vibrant spin on a traditional pasta salad...and because it is made with quinoa, it is packed with protein and fiber, making it satisfying enough to have as a light lunch! This salad is incredibly easy to make, and it doesn't get soggy like a traditional salad, making it a wonderful make-ahead dish to bring to a summer gathering or to have as leftovers throughout the week!