CSA Flatbread

CSAFI’m still dealing with lots of tomatoes in my CSA box. I’ve had A LOT of tomatoes. I’ve been snacking on cherry tomatoes at work. I’ve pickled them. I’ve chopped up tomatoes and cucumber. As those of you who get CSA boxes know, after a couple weeks of getting the same veggies over and over, it’s kind of hard to eat them. Your neighbors and coworkers see you coming. They love and hate you at the same time. There is a tremendous amount of pressure on me to eat these tomatoes. I must prove to my family that my CSA enrollment was not a waste! I am seeing tomatoes in my dreams.

Nothing terribly exciting about this preparation. I don’t even think I can call it a recipe. But it sure was tasty, and pretty!

CSA Flatbread
Flatbread of choice – I used Brooklyn Bred brand
Two tomatoes, sliced

  1. Spread pesto on your flatbread.
  2. Top with slices of tomato.
  3. Sprinkle with mozzarella.
  4. Bake according to the flatbread instructions.

I was lucky to get a lovely yellow tomato as well as several red ones. So I got to alternate the tomato slices on my flatbread. I thought it was lovely, though the well used silicon pan liner does detract from the loveliness.

Tomorrow is CSA day. I am supposed to get emails with the list of offerings but I haven’t for several weeks. I think that’s okay. At this point, if I saw “tomato” in print, I might cry.


2 thoughts on “CSA Flatbread

    1. Paula Post author

      I joined something called Maryland Picks at Whole Foods. It’s $20 a week and a pretty generous amount of food for a low price. I simply need to expand my sharing! Do you like eggplant? ?


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