Sunday, June 24, 2012

bacon salad sandwich

My favorite summer meal ... BLT's.

Jude calls them bacon salad sandwiches...which is fitting since they don't have lettuce.

I use fresh homegrown arugula...which has an amazing taste.

Fresh spinach works too, when arugula isn't in season.

Add a homegrown tomato and homemade bread and you are set!!

When home grown tomatoes aren't available use canned stewed tomatoes

The canned tomatoes are a fraction of the cost and add the juices just like a homegrown one would

you can find bacon salad sandwich recipe HERE

you can find the bread recipe HERE


Katie said...

yum!!! i love blts! and that bread looks delicious!!!

Elisabeth @ La Vita e Bella said...

this looks absolutely delicious!

17 Perth said...

Yum! Wow--this looks delicious. I have to agree with you--it is a perfect summer sandwich. I haven't ever used canned stewed tomatoes---that's definitely something to keep in mind during winter.

Susan said...

Tell me you don't make your own homemade bread?
Is there no end to the level of amazing that you are?
I could eat blt every day.

Daisy said...

This looks yummy! My husband is a big fan of blts.

Mamasita said...

YUUUMMMMM!!!!!! Thanks for sharing! This looks incredible!

Krystal said...

holy shoot that looks amazing.

tiff@thecoffeehouse said...

man oh man I could eat this up right now. and I just had pizza. but this could be like a dessert.
we just picked our first few tomatoes ... in June! It's gonna be an awesome tomato season in KS. eek!

Jess said...

mouth is watering! always looking for new bread recipes, thanks!!

Jessica said...

Yes please!

Laura Darling said...

I've never heard of anyone calling it bacon salad, but I like the term! Looks like a delicious sandwich!

Crissy @ House of Marlowe said...

Oh my goodness gracious.... my mouth is watering!

Patchie said...

That looks so wonderfully good.

When it's not too hot out I like to basically make BLT grilled cheese - add a slice of provolone, lightly butter the bread, and throw it in a pan just long enough to melt the cheese a little and turn the bread a pretty golden brown.