Your salad looks great, so light and fresh......just perfect for these hot, can't be bothered with anything days.......... Just recently tried the giant Couscous, love it!
Oh I thought it was the salad that was giant....:) that looks very yummy. There is nothing in my garden at the moment, but maybe next Thursday....
I have only just discovered the delights of Israeli (or Giant) couscous and love it so much. it's such a great base for lots of flavours and other textures. Like your salad very much.
I have some of that giant couscous in the cupboard and I've been wondering what to do with it. I see lunch coming on.
Looks great, I might have to try and get some giant cous cous.
I'd love to join in on the Garden Gobbles but I don't have a blog so can't link back. Yet. But as I type, I am cooking the most delicious smelling curry, using my treasured curry leaf plant. You will just have to imagine its awesomeness!
Nina I am ashamed to say I have a curry plant and have never ever used it! But I am inspired by your awesome sounding curry. I think you can join in through a photo whatchimacallit like flickr.
Yum, I love Cous Cous, wish my other half liked it to! Are the yellow pear tomatoes good? I have some seed but read the flavor was a bit lacking.
Oh I think they're good and they look good mixed with the red.. Although littlest monkey said he prefers the flavor of the Tommy toes - and he has rather sensitive, particular taste buds,
I love the way you have set up your photos...looks like a magazine cover! We love the yellow pear tomatoes in a salad ,they don't seem as acidic as the red ones. At the moment we are eating zuchinis , zuchinis and more zuchinis.
ohhh giant cous cous is an ingredient? I thought it was the salad that was giant, too! *^_^* I think this would be yummy with bulgur too. Yummmmm!