Summer Salad

Happy June!!


We are trying to eat lighter this summer and if you don't mind
a little chopping it's easy.

What is prettier than a fresh summer tomato?
Nothing, that's what.


This salad has romaine, black olives, chopped red and yellow peppers, and green onions.

A little later we'll be adding the tomatoes and this grilled lemon chicken.
Thank you Ina Garten.


What's for supper at your house?

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21 comments

  1. Aww, nothing like a good ripe tomato! Trying to eat lighter this summer too! We have a salad each evening and I always add chopped red and yellow peppers, green onions and avocado. I like to mix it up sometimes I add feta or blue cheese! Tonight, grilled chicken and maybe some roasted cauliflower!

    Hope you are having a great day!

    Nancy

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  2. Yummy! I can't believe you have fresh tomatoes already! I am being bad and making braised short ribs for dinner with mashed potatoes. Normally I do eat lighter in the summer, but it is a rainy day today.

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  3. Can I just say I love it when I refresh my Bloglovin' feed and a new post by you pops up? It's like a mini present. :) Gosh, those tomatoes look good! We just had fajitas the other night and I was saying how much better they would be with fresh, homegrown tomatoes. I'm taking it easy tonight and making breakfast for dinner. Scrambled eggs, bacon, and toast with jam. :) And I just might have a Mounds miniature candy for dessert. But I'll have to retrieve it from my hidden stash first. Gotta hide the good stuff, ya know. ;)

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  4. Stacey, what gorgeous pictures and the salad looks so delicious.

    I decided to go on a gluten-free eating plan three months ago and starting eating a lot more salads. My husband teases me that I am going to turn into a head of lettuce...but I love salads. I don't feel so 'weighted down' after eating a yummy salad.

    Barb

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  5. My kids always complain that there is never anything to eat at our house. There is lots of food, but no snacks. I tell them it just takes seconds to chop veggies for a great salad.

    Enjoy your light summer!

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  6. Love salads in the summer months especially with tomatoes. Your photo is making me hungry for one now. I am having something easy tonight, I made homemade split pea soup and we might have corned beef with swiss cheese/coleslaw and russian dressing on rye bread. Have a lovely week.

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  7. That looks delicious! We are having grilled pesto chicken and a huge salad for dinner too. (It's where I hide the kale my husband doesn't really like- the other salad greens and tomatoes hide them) we are trying to really pay attention to what we eat and fresh salads are a staple around our dinner table almost every night. :)

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  8. Nothing is more delicious than garden fresh summer salad! Colorful as well as healthy! The tomatoes look so yummy! I wonder how your bougainvillea plant doing this summer, Stacey? I brought mine inside for the winter and now its sitting outside in a pot, hopefully it will survive, keeping fingers crossed! Happy week! Hugs, Poppy

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  9. That looks delicious! Our garden tomatoes are still green.

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  10. I love salads, especially at summer time. They are easy and fast to make and delicious...I love adding grilled chicken to my salads to make them a well balanced meal :-) Thanks for sharing Stacey.

    Hugs,
    ❤️Ana

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  11. What a perfect summer meal, looks fresh and delicious. I'm trying my hand at moussaka, I hope I've not overreached :-)
    Amalia
    xo

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  12. I cannot wait for fresh garden tomatoes! I am so ready for summer vegetables!

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  13. Your salad sounds delicious and your ingredients look so fresh and 'summery'.

    What dressing do you like?

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  14. Summer tomatoes are the best! This looks delicious :)

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  15. Salads and grilled meats are staples in the summer. We spend a lot more time working in the yard and garden and spending a lot of prep and planning time is something we would rather not do. So we grill burgers or chicken, enough for several meals, and throw together a salad with fresh fruit, a little cheese and pecans and call it good. And it is!

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  16. Hi Stacey, oh this looks so good. Love adding the chicken for a light summer dinner. Your tomatoes look scrumptious. We are trying to eat lighter too. I have a weekend salad post scheduled you might like. Your pics are great!!
    Happy June!
    CM

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  17. Stacey,
    This salad looks so yummy. I love summer and just throwing something on the grill like chicken and then adding it to a fresh salad. Have a great rest of the week.
    Kris

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  18. This looks heavenly---I love the crunch of Romaine. We eat salads every evening, too, and sometimes I also have one for lunch so I have to be creative. Lately I've been adding beans for texture and making my own vinaigrettes. Yeah, summer!

    Jane x

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  19. love garden salads! We also include thinly sliced cucumber and craisins. :) Some sliced red onions are delicious, too. A sprinkling of grated cheese on top. And occasionally, try only fresh lemon as your dressing. ;)

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  20. Your salad looks mmmmm mmmmmmm good!!
    Wish I could find a pretty tomato like that around here :^(
    Supper will be corn
    and tomorrow corn
    and Monday, corn......yes Ma'am, we eat it at least once a day when we can get good fresh ears!! HEB is having a shrimp boil tomorrow....by the pound....so we will have a few shrimp with our corn :^)
    Blessings to you,
    J

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  21. Looks wonderful!! You defiantly have a touch with gardening and flowers!

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