i get so excited when the first of our tomatoes ripen. I have 3 overflowing cages of heirloom tomatoes growing on the south side of our house, a perfect spot where they get lots of sun and heat. I’ve been brutal with them this year, (although you’d never know it looking at them) trimming, suckering, peeling off leaves…
Today I thought I’d try my hand at something new (to me) .. Grilled stuffed tomatoes. Recipe calls to just cut off the top of each tomato, and scoop out the flesh… But one tomato each would have been too much..our tomatoes are HUMONGOUS!!! Great thing about heirloom tomatoes is the meaty flesh.. Very little wet seedy areas.
I stuffed the tomato halves with stovetop stuffing (called for croutons,none in the house), the meat from the tomatoes, zucchini, basil, parsley, chives, summer savoury, and feta (all veg and herbs from our garden)
I had way too much stuffing for the two halves, (enough for one more half filled like these) next time we will try quinoa or rice… And less of it. Add in some garlic and onion maybe?
And here’s dinner….
Grilled sirloin steak, sliced portobello mushrooms, zucchini, and our stuffed tomatoes. So Yummmmmmy….
Today we had a late breakfast outside, leaving us full and satisfied well past midday, so this was our “Lupper”..
Bills headed off to the races tonight, making it a perfect night for an early meal.