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VOTE for the recipe name! (Viewer challenge)

Leviticus 27:21 But the field, when it goeth out in the jubilee, shall be holy unto the LORD, as a field devoted; the possession thereof shall be the priest’s.

We love it when we start getting fresh vegetables from our garden.

One of my (Dana)  favorite taste is the combination cucumbers, tomatoes and onions.  And when you combine all three of them together, words just can not describe the deliciousness.  It’s tongue tingling fun in your mouth.

Here is just a little something we came up with to savor the flavor of these three veggies, however, we have a slight problem.  We don’t know what to name!

Oh sure, we could name it Cucumber, Onion, Tomato and Spinach Salad (really?), that’s waaaaayyyyy to long!

So, we thought we might enlist your help.  We have come up with four fun and catchy names and want you to decide what we call it.

So, please take a moment to look over the recipe and pictures and then vote at the end.  You have one week (seven days)  to vote, starting NOW!

Once we have a name we will post the winning name and the recipe under our recipe section.  Check back to see if your vote wins!

Ingredients

3 or 4 pickling cucumbers

3 or 4 cups cherry tomatoes

3 to 4 cups onion

1 to 2 tablespoons chopped fresh spinach

1 to 1 1/2 cups Italian Salad Dressing (we used Olive Garden Italian Dressing found on the shelf at Sam’s)

Slice cucumbers into thin bite size slices. I like to use the pickling cucumbers because they don’t have very many seeds and they just look pretty.

Onions should be sliced very thin, almost to the point of transparency.   This way the onions don’t overpower all the other veggies.

Quarter the cherry tomatoes. I used cherry tomatoes just because they are so cute and don’t have very many seeds which makes your dish pretty. But you can use any type of tomato you wish. If you use a tomato with a lot of seeds make sure you “de-seed” before adding to your salad.

Chop the spinach into pieces and add to dish. This is more for decoration as opposed to taste. So, if you wanted a little different taste you could use basil in place of the spinach.  Give it all a good stirring around to get everything mixed up together.

Pour on the Italian Dressing. We used Olive Garden Italian Dressing (found this on the shelf at Sam’s Wholesale) but you could use any type of Italian Dressing. Just remember, it will change the taste but it will still be oh so yummy!

Now dig in and please VOTE, VOTE, VOTE! WE NEED A NAME!

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