2. Gypsy Peppers- These are not spicy and work great as a bell pepper substitute. I like to stuff ours with cheese and simmer them in a simple tomato and onion sauce. You can use the cherry tomatoes for this. You can also add other diced vegetables.
3. ½ lb. of Padron Peppers-These range from mild to spicy. These are a popular tapas in Spain. The longer they are, the spicier they are.
Just blister the Padrons in olive oil and sprinkle with salt.
4. 1 Pint of Sun Gold Tomatoes
5. 1 Pint of Chocolate Cherry Tomatoes
6. English Cumber
7. Lemon Cucumbers
9. 1 Bunch of Radish
11. 1 Head of Lettuce