Fresh ingredients

Our very kind neighbor shared his garden bounty of heirloom tomatoes with us.   I enjoyed half of one of those tomatoes at lunch with tuna salad.  That was very yummy, but dinner was even better!

I chopped the remaining tomatoes up, mixing them with some fresh basil, garlic, and olive oil.  Half of that I mixed with chopped fresh mozzarella cheese and spinach, then tossed with some cheese filled ravioli.  The other half of the chopped tomato mixture,  I added a little balsamic vinegar and served over some garlic toast with fresh mozzarella.  It was a wonderful fresh dinner of bruschetta and pasta.

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