What’s for Lunch?

Sister came to visit after a long hiatus.  She has been very busy and so have I.  We just haven’t gotten our schedules on the same track for a good visit.   We fed her lunch, of course.  She and I think alike on a few things, and lunch yesterday was one of them  We love to have “cold plates” which consist of a variety of crackers, cheeses, fruits, sliced tomatoes (locally grown and fresh, of course!), along with sliced meats.  

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See that plate?   The variety of cheeses were so good.  And those tomatoes, oh my!   Farmer’s Market came through again.   They were so fresh and had so much flavor.  I took the picture before I got our “lemon cucumber” sliced and on the plate.  It is a type of cucumber that is yellow, round and looks like a lemon that has been zested and is so mild (doesn’t taste like a lemon) and no after effects either.   So good.  I will be back at the market this week looking for these again.

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These were our choice of crackers (we went healthy and didn’t lose any flavor in doing so).  Use whatever choice you like.

For our sliced meats (of which I didn’t take a picture of)  hubby smoked a boneless turkey breast and a small boston butt.  We sliced these up and they needed no sauce.  Moist, and delicious.  What a good summer meal for the hot muggy days.   Sometimes for our meats we just use deli sliced meats and enjoy it just as well for a light lunch.  Oh. we also had a plate of deviled eggs.  Can’t have a “cold plated lunch’ without deviled eggs!

Try you a good “cold plate” sometime.   It sure hit the spot where we were concerned!  And dessert?   Why, cold sliced, seedless watermelon, of course.  Try to stay cool this week.


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