Bliss Can Be an Heirloom Tomato

I am almost ashamed to admit that this Saturday I went to my first farmer’s market in Milwaukee. I KNOW – it’s sick and wrong. Me – the girl who grew up on my honorary aunt and uncle’s organic farm – Creekside Farm – during the summer, spending Saturday mornings peddling fruits, veggies, and flowers at THE farmer’s market on the Capital Square in Madison, Wisconsin. Hell, the first thing I learned to drive was a tractor on their farm. Honest.
Though the South Shore Farmer’s Market is very different from the Dane County Farmer’s Market, the dog-friendly atmosphere, a priest making smoothies, a French man making crepes, and being on Lake Michigan in South Shore Park was wonderful. Next time, we will take our dog Max to meet all the dogs.
For dinner on Saturday, I made caprese salad – and it was THE most amazing salad ever! Imagine perfectly ripe heirloom tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, basil, and 25-year aged balsamic vinegar . . . so amazing!
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