Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Heirloom Tomato with Feta and Arugula Ciabatta Sandwich




             Heirloom tomatoes are one of Summers greatest pleasures. Feta cheese is my one
              greatest pleasures. Match them together and put them on a crusty Ciabatta loaf
              and you my friend's have a dreamy and easy Summer meal. Adding the spicy
              kick of arugula adds a little depth. Pour yourself a glass of Vino or Sparkling
             water and dinner is served.

                                Heirloom Tomato with Feta and Arugula Ciabatta Sandwich

                      1 long loaf Ciabatta, sliced in half
                      4 heirloom tomatoes
                      Feta cheese, cut in slices. ( you could use crumbled )
                      arugula
                      2 tablespoon olive oil plus more for drizzling
                      salt and pepper

            1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut Ciabatta and pour 2 tablespoons of olive
            oil on the bread. Bake bread until lightly golden.
            2) Put arugula on bread and place tomatoes and cheese on top. Add extra oil
            and salt and pepper.
            3) I put the other slice of bread on top and baked it for an additional 7 minutes.




62 comments:

  1. delicious...feta and tomatoes are truly an amazing combo!

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  2. Oh this has my name written all over it! Bread, Feta, and Tomatoes = perfection in my book :)

    xxx
    Jenna

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  3. Now this is a sandwhich. Everything taste better with feta!

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  4. This looks delicious. What a great vegetarian option.

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  5. That definitely looks and sound like the perfect summer meal! :-)
    Vanessa

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  6. This is like one of my favorite combinations! And its so beautiful

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  7. Yummy ... this looks so delish, and Santa Marg is my ALL-TIME favorite wine! Can't wait to enjoy some after pregnancy!

    xo,
    Brooke
    www.decorgreat.blogspot.com

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  8. drool! drool some more- and more! I need a towel or something! LOL!

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  9. Mmmm with Pinot Grigio too - sounds amazing chica. Beautiful colors in these photos - so vibrant!

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  10. Yum, this makes me so hungry. I've been eating summer tomatoes almost every other day, so good! Better with feta and ciabatta though;)

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  11. This looks absolutely amazing. I want this for dinner!!

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  12. The knife implies that one would share this creation. I would not need the knife.

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  13. Did you know this is all I want to eat now? And I'm laughing at Our French's comment. So true!

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  14. Ohhhhhhh my goodness, I'm so glad I came across your blog!
    (PS I'm Huntington Beach born and raised!!)
    Not only do your recipes look delicious in general, but I love your photography!
    I'll certainly be back to read more :)


    xo
    Nicole
    www.hourglassandbloom.wordpress.com

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  15. Mmmm! That would be dinner for me! The feta is a wonderful alternative to mozzarella

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  16. I can't get over that bread. Looks so good!

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  17. My, oh my, does that ever look good! See what you did, you inspired me, now I am off to the store to gather these goodies for dinner! YUM!! XO ~Liz

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  18. I am from the south, so I love a good, juicy tomato. This looks absolutely gorgeous and good!

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  19. Ah, this is my favorite way to have a sandwich, looks delicious!

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  20. now THAT is a table i'd like to sit down to!

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  21. Some of the best ingredients known to man...

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  22. I share your love of feta…how delicious and pretty is this meal?

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  23. it looks so fresh and I love the colors!

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  24. I love ciabatta, one of my favorite breads. Beautiful colors!

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  25. YUM! This is getting pinned immediately.

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  26. Somehow, someway we are going to meet this year! This is my kind of dinner!

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  27. Beautiful photos as always, and that looks so delicious.

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  28. I am also in love with feta, this looks fantastic! So simple, but the perfect summer treat

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  29. wow- totally just bookmarked this. it seriously looks to die for amazing.

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  30. AMAZING and thank so much for the comment babe!

    hope you'll enjoy my next posts!!

    kiss

    HIP&CHIPS

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  31. That looks excellent - love the colors!

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  32. That is a gorgeous sandwich, Val! I am loving tomato season.

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  33. I want to eat at your house everyday. I love, love, love feta!!

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  34. Oh goodness, how yummy looking is that?! Bread, cheese and tomatoes...a match made in heaven :)

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  35. Why are you doing this to me?? I am on a diet! :))

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  36. Oh Lord...here you go again. I'll dream about this one tonight.

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  37. I like that you always take your photos in your beautiful garden. They look so fresh and make me hungry every time I read your blog.

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  38. What a gorgeous sandwich and fabulous way to use summer tomatoes!

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  39. I adore heirloom tomatoes, and your sandwich is such a delicious way to use them. Your photographs are absolutely amazing!!

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  40. You make everything look so amazing....your family sure is lucky to be on the receiving end!

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  41. OMG.. that is right up my alley! I love feta and tomatoes together! Such a deliciously perfect summer meal.

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  42. I love feta cheese as well, and definitely prefer the ones that come in blocks instead of already crumbled. This looks soooo good! Very pretty too.

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  43. literally, every recipe you post is is better than the next. This sandwich looks so fresh and amazing!

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  44. love this!! Def a must try!

    http://www.thefashionhive.com

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  45. I love everything about this sandwich...fresh, delicious and beautiful! I see it in the near future for me and my husband:)

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  46. There's something about those tomatoes! Sounds like a fabulous sandwich for a sunny afternoon.

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  47. This looks amazing! Definitely going to try this sometime =) Thx for the step by step recipe


    <3 Kelly
    SavvySelections.blogspot.com

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  48. Loooove tomatoes! You never run out of good ideas girl! Looks yummy!

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  49. I can't eat bread because I have problems with gluten. When I did eat bread my favorite sandwiches were blt. I'd probably enjoy eating the sandwitch you made to. What I love about your sandwich is that it has cheese and tomatoes in it. If you want yummy tomatoes get organic ones. The redder they are the juicier they are.

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  50. Oh my gosh Val this looks amazing, can't wait to try it, just pinned.
    XO
    Kristin

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