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August 24, 2008

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mimi

love the look of this salad!

Manggy

Lovely presentation! Oh, I doubt it could be not as pretty with the cheese in :) The striped green tomato slice really adds interest.

ilva

I never thought of this combination-I have to try it as soon as possible. Like tomorrow morning. Thanks Ann for this!

Deeba

What a pretty stack of such beuatiful, rustic colours. I'm 'much' intrigued by these heirloom tomatoes & tomatillos! They add new dimension to this beautiful tower Ann.Can only dream about how satisfying & fresh this must have been!

Sophie

Wow. Beautiful photos, beautiful concept... yum! I'm actually salivating, which is saying a lot seeing as I'm in Italy. But your food will always be my favorite! Mehh wish I was there to taste it.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

You are so right -- that's a perfect salad! I love the contrast of the yellow tomatoes, too.

Julia

Gorgeous presentation and photos. And the salad looks tasty too! I bet the contrast of white goat cheese would be lovely too.

Tartelette

That is indeed the full blown picture of summer! Looks great and I bet it tasted even more delicious!!

Aran

beautiful... i don't need lobster or caviar... give me some nice ripe tomatoes and I am in heaven. well done!

ann

I should make this for myself for dinner some night this week, before the BF comes back from his travels abroad, since it would be lost on him. He doesn't like watermelon. Who doesn't like watermelon?! I think I'd go with crumbled feta for my cheese. Yum and so pretty!

grace

what a great dish! very aesthetically pleasing and tasty to boot. heirloom tomatoes have officially become my favorite summer product. :)

Bonbon Oiseau

oooo! looks so good--i saw one like this once with little mozzerella balls stacked in between like some colorful organic space pod--yours looks delicious!

yulinka

The tomato stacks look fabulous. Tomatoes are just now coming into season in Wisconsin, thanks to our cold summer. I haven't had a local tomato yet this year! Soon...

noble pig

That is just simply beautiful. What a tower of yumminess!

Deborah

Now that has my mouth watering!

brilynn

Those are gorgeous! And what's better is that they're so simple too.

Big Boys Oven

this is so cool, I just can stop looking at them! so artistic lovely!

adele

I never would have thought to combine watermelon and tomatoes, but now that you mention it, it sounds fantastic. :)

Cakespy

Reminds me of a certain salad we enjoyed...together!! But yours looks even better!!

MyKitchenInHalfCups

That is really gorgeous. My aunt & I always love to eat watermelon and have contests: who could spit the seeds farthest, who could eat a whole one etc. We always salted it.
I just finished a watermelon, now I need another one and tomatoes.

Sally Parrott Ashbrook

Texturally, I think that would be a fascinating salad to eat. And it's certainly beautiful to look at.

Bellini Valli

How pretty is that on a plate in front of you:D

Ivy

The display, I must admit, is very impresive. I am not so sure on the combo though-it sounds...not appealing.

I'll have to try it and see. :)

Have a wonderful weekend!

Pasticcera

I'm not sure how it tastes, but it certainly looks amazing and very tempting!

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