Garden Cuke Salad

I have a wonderful friend, Kim, who continues to share her garden produce with me! Thanks to her, my fridge is bursting at the seams! However, as I stood with the door open analyzing its contents while shuffling things around to get a better look, I knocked a container to the floor with a loud splat.

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This fridge in our apartment is really stretching my patience…it is so small! However, I have two large produce bins that are continually packed tight. So, I started dragging things out…cucumbers, onion, red and green peppers, carrots and a sack of fresh dill. I never refrigerate my tomatoes, they loose their flavor when chilled.


I sliced things up real thin and cut each cherry tomato in half.


I dumped them all in a bowl and added a marinade of: 1/2 c. red wine vinegar, 1/4 c. agave syrup, 2 T. olive oil, 1 t. garlic powder, salt and freshly ground pepper to taste. I added 3 T. chopped fresh dill and stirred well.


2 hours later…


This will keep in your fridge for several days. I just keep adding sliced fresh veggies to the mix. This is a great salad to take on a summer picnic. It is colorful, nutritious, crunchy and the fresh dill completes the taste!

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2 Responses to Garden Cuke Salad

  1. Carolyn Jung says:

    You’re lucky to have a friend who shares such lovely veggies. I am fortunate to have a few like that, too, who always gift me with the most amazing tomatoes, squash and beans. What a bounty!

  2. DianaHayes says:

    Dill is one of my favorites, though it’s not cooperating in the garden all that well.

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