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Organic Tomato and Basil Crostini Recipe January 10, 2013

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This recipe is really easy, and really fun. I just thought how yummy it would be appetizer, or a lunch entree! =] Enjoy!

 

You will need:

 

1 loaf ciabatta bread

3tbsp olive oil

1lb organic roma tomatoes

2 organic garlic cloves

1/2 cup organic basil leaves (leave some on the side for the finsihed product)

1/2 tsp sea salt

1/4 tsp organic ground black pepper

grated organic parmesan cheese

How to:

Start with the tomatoes, olive oil, garlic cloves, basil leaves, salt and pepper in a bowl

and lightly toss them.

Cut ciabatta bread into rectangles.

add bowl combo onto top of bread, yum!

grate organic parmesan cheese on top, to taste.

 

*Remeber, not all ingredients have to be organic, switch out for what you have. The more organic the healthier! This recipe should take about 10 minutes from start to finish!

More recipes at:

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Love for a Garden. May 11, 2011

So growing a garden takes much more than water and sunshine. It also requires love and affection. If you show your plants a positive vibe everyday, you will be sure to see a great looking garden.

As I posted before, that was my grandmothers garden, she is my inspiration for growing one since I was younger, and I have now taken pictures of my garden for all to see. It is much smaller and less grown then hers, but still I love my garden all the same. Enjoy!

Tomatoes and Yellow Bell Peppers

Tomatoes

Yellow Bell Peppers

Cilantro

Strawberries

 

Growing your own garden. May 5, 2011

So it’s that time of year. Where people start seeds from start or they buy small plants from stores. I personally have a mix of both. I have always grown a garden this time of year for about 5 years now. Some have been extravagant, and some small. This year I would say is relatively smaller than normal. I originally got the inspiration from my grandmother.  She loves to grow tomatoes, green beans, eggplant, squash, and strawberries. She also has herbs like rosemary and thyme.  I look up to her love for the earth so much, as I believe sometimes life revolved around technology can easily make us forget the importance of life and earth. She is everything you think of a grandmother I call her Oma.

This is her garden this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

She has a very cute little garden.

 

My garden is much smaller, and I post pictures of them tomorrow. Just thought I’d share how beautiful my gma’s work is.

 

 
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