- Oct 15, 2017
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- mid-Michigan, USoA
Man, what a memory....Having my second breakfast of this new Kellogg's honey cornflakes with the microwaved honeycrisp apple & raisins at the bottom of the bowl and thinking about @Gardening with Rabbits son and his preference for banana bread over zucchini bread and @ducks4you & my carrots . No, nothing in my bowl is from the garden .
We had carrot cake as soon as the carrots were harvested. A little too simple of a recipe but I've tried another and this one at the Food Network is similar.
I call that Kitchen Sink Soup. Hamburger as the base to make the broth, then I put in everything from the garden but the kitchen sink.I made hamburger vegetable soup and I used frozen tomatoes from the garden and dehydrated onions from the garden. I was going to put in zucchini, but I forgot and I had that the next day as just a side dish. I have found that if I put cut up zucchini in the dish when baking chicken that DS and I both like it a lot. Oh, almost forgot GREEN BEANS in the soup too. I will be eating green beans forever.
Oh that sounds amazing! Last night we had dinner with one of our daughters - homemade shrimp tacos! Her boyfriend made a homemade taco sauce that was so good! It was mostly made with fermented peppers and was medium hot. It was so good! He sent us home with a sample bottle of it. I'm going to put it on scrambled eggs this morning! 😋This Morning
the kitchen fills with the fragrance of DW's salsa sauce. Everything spends their separate time in the toaster oven – garlic, shallots, cherry tomatoes, hot peppers, cilantro – before being blended together for sauce and going in the fridge.
Liked it, eh ?that was so good! ... medium hot. It was so good!
Well, imagine toasting the cilantro at the same time as the shallots. I was surprised by her technique years ago. Anyway, it is a pleasure to enjoy peppers, in my book .to cook each vegetable separately