Mother Nature is pretty smart. She knows what she’s doing, and it pays to listen. When two crops are prevalent at the farmers market at the same time, it’s smart to assume they might go well together. So when you see the big display of tomatoes and the big display of peaches, think about ways to make them waltz in unison. You won’t need much else — a little acid, a little salty cheese and you’ve got yourself a summer tomato peach mint salad. You’re dressing up something that’s already perfect, so keep it simple.
Toss the tomatoes, peaches, mint, and red onion together in a large bowl. Whisk together the white wine vinegar, lemon juice, kosher salt, and olive oil in a small bowl and pour over the tomatoes and peaches. Transfer to a plate and sprinkle with the sea salt, ground pepper and top with feta cheese and serve.
To pit the peach, cut into 1/2 of the peach up to the pit, then run the knife around the pit. Twist the halves of the peach to loosen it from the pit. To remove the pit, cut that half in half again and pry the peach apart. Then pull the pit away.