advice on toasts
this is a foolproof summer recipe that relies on really fresh components, heirloom tomatoes taste best here plus they come in pretty colors. if you live around burlington this is the bread i used which is amazing if you like spice/cheese/bread (of course you do because you're rad). also if you are ever at shelburne farms you should visit o bread, it's a bakery with the dreamiest location, it's nestled close to the farm barn so you can say "hi" to my girl cat (@catannewright) and all of her cool animal friends after you eat all the breads.
reserve this recipe for the balmiest days & have some vinho verde while you are at it. serve for lunch or a light dinner.
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for a couple of toasts
2 slices of chili cheese ciabatta or any good chewy bread
2 heirloom tomatoes, sliced and halved
2 wedges of lemon
a couple of pinches of maldon salt
in a shallow dish drizzle scallions with about a teaspoon of olive oil. turn grill on to medium. place full scallions on the grill horizontally so they won't fall through. grill for 1-2 minutes on each side or until charred, keep an eye on them because they char fast. remove from grill and place back in shallow dish. toast bread in toaster or on the grill. to assemble toast, first drizzle with olive oil, then top with sliced tomatoes and charred onions. sprinkle with maldon salt and squeeze lemon over top.
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