Happy Monday! Instead of a formal recipe today, I thought I’d share with you one of my favorite easy summer dinners.

Lunch is usually my biggest meal of the day because that’s when I seem to be hungriest.

Basically you pair a pile of greens with whatever veggies you have on hand, and you add a slice or two of toast and then top with hummus, roasted veggies, and an egg. Easy-peasy.

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This photo above was leftover sauteed kale and roasted cauliflower with some goat cheese on top. The toast has Ithaca lemon dill hummus and eggplant caponata from Divine Brine.

For the greens, I’ve also been loving lightly cooked chard or kale or raw or gently wilted arugula. This cruciferous blend is also great and cooks up quickly.

After trying it out through Farmigo, I’m now a fan of Bread Alone’s Organic Nine Grain Bread. Maybe not quite a convert from the Ezekiel camp, but this stuff keeps great in the freezer and toasts up really nicely. It’s hearty without being heavy.

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I’ve been enjoying my veggies garnished with a little cheese (goat, fresh-grated parm, mozzarella—whatever I have on hand). Whatever works!

What’s your favorite easy dinner ?

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