Summer Entertaining: Tomato Salad With Fresh Herb Goat Cheese

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Summer Entertaining

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Tomato Salad With Fresh Herb Goat Cheese

When summer-fresh produce it at it’s peak, vine-ripened tomatoes need very little to dress them for a quick side dish that’s perfect to serve with grilled & smoked classics. Fresh Herb Goat Cheese may be stirred together quickly & features many staples you have on hand. It’s a wonderful way to use those beautiful herbs for a fast solution. Golden Jubilee tomatoes provide rich color to the plate while offering a low-acid, sweet flavor. However, Beefsteak or Brandywine would make a lovely substitution. Learn how to make a simple, delicious salad perfect to serve for lunch or dinner meals.

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Tomato Salad With Fresh Herb Goat Cheese
makes 4 servings

3 medium Golden Jubilee tomatoes
1/2 cup Sweet 100 tomatoes
1/2 cup Fresh Herb Goat Cheese
Kosher salt & freshly ground pepper
Optional: Olive oil

Slice the tomatoes using a serrated utility knife & divide between 4 plates. Create quenelles of the Fresh Herb Goat Cheese & place them over the tomatoes. Season with kosher salt & pepper. Drizzle with olive oil, if desired.

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How To Clean & Store Parsley

If your herb garden is overflowing with abundance, simple appetizers & salads that require minimal effort are the perfect way to make good use of them for wonderful fresh flavor. Parsley grows well in containers & it may be snipped just before it is needed in recipes or refrigerated longer term. Cut several bunches & store loosely in a plastic bag. Parsley wilts relatively quickly if wrapped in a paper towel. 

The Basics. Italian Flat Leaf Parsley By Rebecca Gordon Editor-In-Chief Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques Southern Entertaining Cooking & Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials Game Day Entertaining TV Cooking Personality Pastry Chef RebeccaGordon ButtermilkLipstick Birmingham Alabama How To Use Flat Leaf Parsley

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Once you are ready to use it, hold the parsley stems under running water to throughly rinse the leaves. Grab a tightly packed handful of the herb & place it on a cutting board. Run a chef knife through the leaves until the desired size is reached. If it’s chopped very finely, gently blot a paper towel over the surface to remove some of the excessive color in an effort to keep final dishes looking bright.

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