My sister (#5 of the 6) posted this tomato pie recipe on her blog, Heads in the Books, Still Time to Cook, the other week, and I’m just dying to make it. We have about another week’s wait-time on our tomatoes in our garden, before their red, ripe and ready. We did make fried green tomatoes the other night, and they were divine!
- 4 tomatoes, peeled and sliced
- 10 fresh basil leaves, chopped
- 1/2 cup chopped onion
- 1 (9 inch) prebaked deep dish pie shell
- 1 cup grated part skim mozzarella
- 1 cup grated low fat cheddar (if buying store-bought – make sure it’s Kraft, melts better!)
- 1 cup non-fat mayonnaise
- Salt and pepper
Place tomatoes in a colander in one layer. Pat dry with paper towel (pie will be soggy if tomatoes aren’t drained). Sprinkle with salt and pepper on each layer and allow to drain for 10 minutes.
Layer the tomato slices, basil, and onion in the pie shell. Season with salt and pepper. Combine the grated cheeses and mayonnaise together. Spread mixture on top of the tomatoes and bake for 30 minutes or until lightly browned.
To serve, cut into slices and serve warm. YUM!
Just a heads up, Milly will be featured on Rue La La today, starting at 11am. Click here for your free invitation. Bikinis and cover-ups will be featured. I hope I can grab one before they’re all gone!
I had some readers email me about where I purchased my red and white striped top, that I wore over the 4th of July holiday weekend. I got it at Anthropologie a couple of weeks ago, it’s by AG. LOVE it! It’s super soft, and not that expensive. They also carry it in a navy and white stripe.
If any of you are fond of rocking horses, or just horses in general, one of my friend’s dad’s handcrafts his own impeccable rocking horses. Not only do children love riding on them, they are also a beautiful, traditional piece to adorn any child’s room or playroom. His company is called Missing Pieces LLC. Click here to get a more in-depth look at the horses, and learn more about how you can have one of these beauties in your own home.
The [horses] are a unique combination of art, grace and function and are truly stunning in real life. At 30 lbs., with a base measuring 48” long and 12” wide the horse is remarkably stable. Each one is unique unto itself: no two are alike. They are painstakingly crafted and finished, truly unique and built to provide beauty and pleasure for generations. Enjoy!