Life List #38: Grow a Kitchen Garden – the (Early) Fruits of My Labor

Last night, I finally served up five tiny cherry tomatoes that I grew myself. Allow me to present the results:

I prepared a Caprese-style salad with balsamic vinegar, mozzarella cheese, and fresh basil from my garden. Well, it was really a Insalata Caprese amuse bouche so small was the serving.  Still – perfect.

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3 thoughts on “Life List #38: Grow a Kitchen Garden – the (Early) Fruits of My Labor

  1. Wonderful.I'm thinking of what to do to start my LifeList garden. Tomatoes are my favorite – partly because I love them and partly because my paternal grandfather had a tomato company out in Stockton, CA and so we were schooled on "good" tomatoes. ;)I bet yours were delicious.

  2. You can't go wrong with tomatoes, especially with our heat. I used to eat them right off the vine in my grandmother's garden.Nothing tastes quite as good as a home-grown tomato!

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