The Any Wonderful Food You Made From Your Garden Today Thread!

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Well, nothing spectacular, but I sauteed striped zucchini, pattypan, and crookneck in butter and garlic. Yummy!!! We just love fresh squash.
 

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Had our first stuffed peppers tonight! Onions, garlic, peppers all from the garden. Yum!
 

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Roasting some carnival blend carrots as I type. They were pretty good raw, roasted should be even better!:)
 

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Big pot of Borscht day before yesterday.

Today it was Fresh Raspberry pie and apple pie using one jar of apple pie filling I made last month.
 

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I made some Shrimp Pesto Risotto with basil & onions from the garden. Zoe brought in some green beans so I chopped those up and threw them in too.

When I was spooning it into the bowls I realized I wanted to pile mine with fresh chopped cherry tomatoes! Too bad the DD and DH don't like tomatoes... I have 100's of cherry tomatoes piling up in bowls that will eventually have to be dried I guess for me all winter. :barnie
 

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To roast them I just split each one in quarters the long way, give another cut or two to larger ones. Put in a covered glass dish, 400 degrees with olive oil and S&P. After about 40 minutes take the lid off and give another 10-15 minutes.

It was kind of last minute as I got a little busy unloading and reloading the car for work. Gotta love the seed business!:)
 

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zuccini cranberry bread...also have shredded zuc individually packed in freezer...
 

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RidgebackRanch said:
To roast them I just split each one in quarters the long way, give another cut or two to larger ones. Put in a covered glass dish, 400 degrees with olive oil and S&P. After about 40 minutes take the lid off and give another 10-15 minutes.

It was kind of last minute as I got a little busy unloading and reloading the car for work. Gotta love the seed business!:)
Thanks Ridgeback! :)
 

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shredded zucchini and onions with salt in fridge for zuc relish from a recipe I got on ALLRECIPE site...
tomorrow I may start bread and butter pickles depending on how many cucumbers my family leave me...they just love cucumbers and have been snacking on them all week...
still waiting on tomatoes:( I have a feeling they are going to ripen all at the same time...
 

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