Thursday, June 13, 2013


Josh’s Ciabatta bread is the foundation for a series of mid-day meals, as well as an occasional “fix your own” dinner (when neither P or I want to cook.).  The bread, along with several other common ingredients can be used to create a variety of delicious lunches.  I will occasionally use other breads from the Kirchhoff’s ovens, but Ciabatta is the bread of choice.

The bread is lightly toasted, drizzled with olive oil, salted and peppered, and covered with a small helping of basil pesto.

The broccoli florets have been steamed in the microwave and salt, pepper, and fresh lemon juice added at the table.

The tomatoes drizzled with olive oil and small amount of fresh lemon juice.  Not shown in the photo was the grated cheese – Grana Padano - that was added.

With only a few changes, using many of the same ingredients a variety of “Ciabatta lunches” can be created, each of them absolutely delicious.

1 comment:

SjHopper said...

Yum! Although not fond of tomatoes this does look very delicious.