This is yet another dish to make use of the delicious summer tomato bounty. Boring, huh? I know. It's just a salad. And not even a particularly inventive one as isn't a huge departure from other Greek-ish tomato and cucumber salads we have made in the past, including this Tomato, Cucumber and Red Onion Salad with Mint. But I can't get enough of salad/veggies this week and I can't get enough of the delicious tomatoes from the farmers' market. It is tasty nonetheless and just different enough that I thought it was worth posting. I would say that the lemon-based vinaigrette and the scallions are much gentler on the palate than the red wine vinegar-based vinaigrette and red onions. So if you want a more subtle salad (with a punch of saltiness from the olives), this would be a better bet. It's fresh and easy - the perfect side dish for a bit Greek-inspired meal because you can prep it and throw most of it together while cooking other things and then just toss in the feta and the dressing at the very end when you are ready to serve.
Recipe after the jump!