What Did You Cook and Eat From Your Garden Today?

JimWWhite

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You lost me with the PNB and toast. I may try it though. We make Elvis' favorite fried banana sandwiches from time to time. Pretty good. Just never thought that PNB and 'maters would go together. But I eat apples with PNB all the time. Crunchy PNB. The crunchier the better.
 

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My husband used to make Peanut Butter and Mustard sandwiches... but he admits he was mainly trying to gross out his sister
 

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We had tomato pie tonight with some of the earlier tomatoes. Comfort food...yum!
 

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Tomato pie? What is that?
It's really easy and super yummy. Here's the recipe. I make mine slightly different, mixing finely diced onion into the mayo/cheese mixture and I pat it out thinner into a 9x13 pan and sprinkle a little oregano or italian seasoning on top. Despite being overrun with tomatoes, I try not to make this too frequently because it's not exactly health food, LOL.
 

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Dinner tonight is almost entirely homegrown. :)

We're having baked rigatoni with homemade pasta sauce and homegrown chicken breast cubed up in there and of course I had to add in some grated zucchini because this is the time of year that I am hiding zucchini in everything because it must be used up. :D We're having Ava's green beans on the side cooked up with some homegrown onion and some other seasonings.
 

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It sure was! Ava had seconds and Savannah must have had 3 or 4 helpings (although she only ate the noodles). Ava wouldn't eat her beans though. That just beats me. I even put some bacon grease in there!
 

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@journey11 have you tried fried green beans? Roll in buttermilk, then in cornmeal and deep fry. Dip in Ranch dressing..... :drool

We had roast duck tonight.....so yummy!
 

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@journey11 have you tried fried green beans? Roll in buttermilk, then in cornmeal and deep fry. Dip in Ranch dressing..... :drool

We had roast duck tonight.....so yummy!
I've never had them fried before. I will have to try that. I promised DH I'd lay off the fried zucchini. I've made zucchini fries and fritters too several times this summer. Really fattening, but so good!
 

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