It has been raining for...well forever it seems. My tomatoes are not getting any sun and therefore are staying green. I decided to use them before "The Flood" and made this awesome salad! Oh my gosh, so freakin' yummy.
contents: baby arugula, pan fried green tomatoes with cornmeal & pecan breading, grilled chicken breast, goat cheese, and a spicy peach chutney dressing.
I dipped the tomato in the peach chutney mixture and then in the breading before pan frying and tossed the arugula in the remaining chutney mixture.
I will post the full recipe soon.
Next I'll have to try that recipe my mom sent for green tomato pie.
Friday, September 18, 2009
The Decatur Book Festival and the Slow Foods USA Eat Ins were a huge hit. Thanks to all the folks that showed up to make it such a success! If you have not yet, please visit the Slow Foods website and show support for healthier food in schools.
Pictured here are: State Representative Stephanie Stuckey Benfield with her adorable kids, THE famous Leslie Grant - Chickin Feed, Josh Viertel – Pres. of Slow Food USA, Julie Shaffer – Founder & Former Pres. of Slow Food Atlanta chapter, Me, and Eli Kirshtein- Top Chef extraordinaire. And in the middle is Judith Winfrey of Love is Love Farms and the Slow Food Atlanta chapter leader. Photo courtesy of Donata Renfrow.
Posted by Pam at 3:42 PM