“My quick and easy recipe is grilled margarita pizza. I use wonderful store-bought herb pizza dough, tomatoes and basil from my garden and mozzarella cheese. The crust is nice and crisp and the tomatoes and basil are lightly covered in melty, gooey, cheesy goodness. Tastes like summer!”
What could be more convenient than grabbing half your ingredients from the backyard? Kudos to all who manage to combine convenience food (store-bought pizza dough, rotisserie chicken) with fresh produce to make easy meals that are healthy, too.
What Megan really taught me: Summer isn’t over! We should embrace every bite of juicy, sweet garden-ripe tomatoes while we have them. At every turn it’s back-to-school this and back-to-school that. I think I even saw some Christmas stuff going up at my local mall. Really? Let's stop and enjoy every last morsel of what summer has to offer.
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P.S.: I plan on diving into the last days of summer with a standout from our August issue: Hot and Hot Tomato Salad. Heirloom tomatoes, sweet corn, smoky bacon, fried okra, and fresh peas. Enough said.