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Tomato Soup from Sara Forte

Recipes for Summer

Bowl of  roasted tomato souop

Savoring the Summer Harvest

We love growing our own food and we're sure you relish the fruits of your labor too. Sara Forte of the Sprouted Kitchen Blog partnered with us for this blog to share a few timely tomato recipes. If your summer garden is still going strong and you have an abundance of tomatoes, this blog is for you.

Let us know what you think of these quick, fresh and simple recipes. From
garden to table. Bon appétit!
Bowl of roasted tomato soup

Roasted Tomato Soup

"This soup, while easy in preparation and simple in ingredients, is only as good as the tomatoes you use. If you have a local farmer's market, roadside farm stand or grow your own, this is the time to use them."
Roasted Tomato Soup
Roasted tomato & corn salad on plate

Roasted Tomato & Corn Salad

"Once you have a general proportion you like, you can make a great salad with whatever is in your fridge. Start with greens, add another fresh, seasonal vegetable, something sweet (here, both corn and roasted tomatoes), crunch and fat (nuts and cheese). Sometimes it's helpful to start with a recipe, so tweak this one however you'd like."
Roasted Tomato & Corn Salad
Salad ingredients in bowl

Shredded Kale Salad with Tomatoes, Olives & Feta

"If you find yourself with salad responsibilities for a summer dinner party, this will hold up well, even dressed in advance, and could sit for awhile without getting wilty. Kale is sturdy, so you can keep covered in the fridge for a day or two. Totally worth making a double batch."
Shredded Kale Salad
Based in Southern California, Sara Forte developed Sprouted Kitchen Blog to offer recipes with seasonal produce as the star of the show. For more recipes from Sara, join the Sprouted Kitchen Cooking Club. This club includes four weekly recipes, a shopping list and provides you with a simpler way to eat healthy food each season. For details, visit https://www.sproutedkitchen.com/cookingclub-info
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