Summer Meal.

There are few things better in the summer than eating fresh produce that we, in Wisconsin are denied for so many months. Just seeing all those stands with their rows of tomatoes, onions, leafy greens and more at the farmer's market entices the senses to no end.

After almost a week of sitting in my fridge, I knew I had to use up the last of the veggies I bought last Saturday. If for no other reason than because I just know how much I would regret those lost onions come November. 

I found this recipe on Epicurious by Googling carmelized onions and tomatoes. It was fairly simple, didn't require a ton of ingredients and tasted really delicious over a bed of arugula with fontinella cheese crumbled on top (instead of the spinach and goat cheese they recommended).

I ate it on the porch. By myself. No TV, no music, no phone or computer in front of my face. I savored every bite....the way the flavors mingled together and tasted like summer in my mouth. I will be dreaming of this meal in a few months, best to enjoy with no distractions. 

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