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Video: Fourth of July Heirloom Corn and Basil Salad

Updated: Jul 6

I love growing things in the garden. The tangy smell of sage and basil, the heaviness of a warm tomato on the vine, the resistance of the tender earth as you shimmy a carrot out of its place in the row.


Unfortunately, I suck at gardening. So I get a CSA box or I go to the grocery store.

I do, however, love creating a recipe out of whatever is seasonal and local and tasty. I am much better at this part of the food circle of life.

This week's blog is a bit of a cheater.

I am simply sharing a video with you for a fresh summer salad.

All ingredients can be found in the CSA box at Pickalittle Farms. Of course, you can use ingredients from anywhere- your backyard, your mom's backyard, your grandma's backyard, or Walmart.

Regardless, here is the recipe:

Fourth of July Heirloom Corn and Basil Salad

5 ears fresh corn
3 large bunches green onion
1 large bunch basil
1 large heirloom tomato
1 cup honeydew, canteloupe, or similar melon
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp rice wine vinegar
2 tsp freshly ground salt
1 tsp freshly ground pepper

It was delicious and will go well at any barbeque. Or anywhere, really. Sara ate it for breakfast.

Happy of July and may God bless America!

Jennifer



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