With Labor Day Weekend fast approaching I wanted to share this easy to make and delicious salad you can offer to bring to or serve at a cook out / dinner this coming weekend or for as long as you can get fresh peaches.
I have to give credit to our friends Frederic and Olivier who made this one evening for us in Provincetown. I’ve taken some liberties, modifying the ingredients and I hope you will do the same should you decide to make this.
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BosGuy’s Arugula & Peach Salad Ingredients
4 ripe peaches
Arugula (one handful per person)
Dressing and seasonings: Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Dried Oregano and Salt
Peel the peaches (I use an apple peeler) and chop into bite sized pieces
Combine with arugula and add walnuts
Add olive oil, balsamic vinegar, oregano and salt to taste then toss
If you love cheese, consider adding goat cheese (not shown below).Much thanks for Frederic & Olivier for making this for us. It is the perfect summer salad.
Check out dbar in Dorchester later today. They will be hosting the 6th Annual Summer Sports TeaDance from 4-8PM.
Stop by the registration table at the Tea Dance wearing your favorite sports gear and best wig to be part of a photo contest. For those who are interested they will snap a glamour shot and post it in the #WigFun4Victory photo album on Facebook. Encourage your friends to vote for you by liking the photo. Contest winners will be announced on Monday, September 12 and the three photos with the most likes will win prizes.
All proceeds from the event will benefit Victory Programs and the 2,300 men, women and children we provide hope, health and housing for each year.
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Traveling to Germany is about to get a bit easier for Bostonians. Earlier this month Airberlin announced plans to increase their nonstop flights between Boston and Dusseldorf from four times a week to daily service starting May 2017. According to data shared by the airline, these routes are running at nearly 80% capacity with much of the revenue coming from business travelers.
Airberlin only recently started flying out of Boston, initially offering service between the two cities three times a week. This past June the airline increased the service to four times a week and it would appear to bode well for both tourists and business that the airline now sees daily service as profitable.
Apparently, I prefer my coffee with abs and hairy legs. How do you take it?
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