by maddyrotman1

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HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYBODY. For some reason this week seemed to have lasted a year and I am unbelievably ready for a relaxing weekend ahead! To start out the weekend right, my friend Ava and I stopped by Lazy Acres after school, picked up some fresh groceries, and headed to my house to eat the day away. We decided to make some peach and tomato bruschetta, inspired by a recipe we saw on pinterest and eat it outside on my balcony as we enjoyed tonight’s (beautiful as always) Santa Barbara sunset. It was the best feeling to finally have a moment to breathe after a hectic school week. I was perfectly satisfied after this tasty and easy to make snack and can’t wait to have it again sometime soon.


-sliced tomatos

-sliced peaches

-a baguette

-olive oil

-balsamic vinegar

-salt and pepper

This recipe is super easy and quick. Just slice up the tomatoes and peaches, toss them in some olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt, and pepper, and serve on toasted baguette slices. If you want to add some extra flavor, cut open a garlic clove and smear it across the baguette slices before toasting them. And that’s all there is to it! The peaches make this snack a tasty combination of sweet and savory and are sure to get your tastebuds tingling. Give it a try and let me know what you think!

Bon Appetit!


P.S. Comment with your favorite Friday afternoon snack.

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all photos taken by Maddy Rotman