• http://lorrainemariereguly.wordpress.com/ Lorraine Marie Reguly

    Susan, check your gmail email please!I sent you something!

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      I got it and it will be fun food guest post to do. :-)

  • Jacs Henderson

    yum – pinning to my healthy food board :)

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      WOO! HOO! Jacs and enjoy. :-)

  • Jon Jefferson

    I love caprese salad. There are so many different ways you can arrange the combinations.

    A chef I worked for did one where he made the fresh mozz into a bubble. the dressing for the salad was held in the mozz bubble. The presentation was pretty cool.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Jon, There is nothing better when you need a quick and delicious salad. WOW that must have been a super presentation. I would have loved to see that. :-)

  • Debra Yearwood

    Yummy, no fussing, fresh and delicious. This would be great after a weekend of getting the house ready for winter.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      It would indeed Debra. Have fun with your home winterization… 😀

  • Catarina Alexon

    Do the same salad frequently, and highly recommend it. It is delicious!

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      I do love this salad Catarina. It is no fuss, no fail and delicious. Gotta love that. :-)

  • DC

    Simple is the way to go with salads. I like making cucumber and tomato salad with yogurt dressing. It is cooling and refreshing.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      Hi DC, I am all for simple. The simpler the recipe the better. I do love the tomato and cucumber with yogurt combo too. :-)

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    I love Caprese salad and have a feeling I’ll be eating lots of it in the coming weeks thanks to the tomato crop that is coming in.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Jeri, it easy to do when the tomatoes are fresh ad home grown. it is the best, isn’t it? :-)

  • Darren Cinque

    I’m currently living in Italy and I’ve got to say that it’s true that tomatoes here have an amazing flavour – very different to what I am used to back in Australia. Such a coincidence that I fixed myself a Caprese salad just an hour before stumbling on this post – very funny and yummy!! I find it helps me sing better – my voice is always a lot clearer after a Caprese Salad :)

    I’d love to share with you all my singing voice after a Caprese salad:

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      I Bet they do Darren, I bet the mozzarella is pretty awesome too. :-)

  • Cheryl Therrien

    I have never had this salad. Sounds interesting. :)

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Cheryl, If you like fresh tomatoes and a good mozzarella then you will like this salad. :-)

  • http://www.garrettspecialties.com/ Arleen Harry

    This was the first year we tried to grow Heirloom tomatoes. We have had so much rain on the east coast that we didn’t get a banner crop what we did get was fabulous. We planted Yellow Boy and Red so this salad is right up my alley.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      Hi Arleen, I can just imagine how those tomatoes must taste. I am a bit jealous you know. This salad would ideal for tomatoes like. Enjoy my friend. :-)

  • http://biz.leoraw.com/about/ Leora Wenger

    Certainly sounds tasty to me. I love this time of year when I can add fresh basil to salads and other dishes.

    • http://findingourwaynow.flywheelsites.com/ Susan P. Cooper

      I do too Leora, This time of year offers so many great fresh veggie options, doesn’t it?

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    The caprese salad looks yummy and oh so simple to make. Thanks for the idea!

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