What Did You Cook and Eat From Your Garden Today?

annageckos

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I had zucchini... again. We are eating two or three zucchini a day and picking five or more. And lemon squash, but they are just getting started. I made some zucchini 'crab' cakes. Grated up a few zucc, mix with an egg, bread crumbs, crushed crackers and old bay and a touch of sea salt. Form into patties, dredge in bread crumbs/crushed crackers and pan fry in a little butter or oil. I like coconut oil. The recipe says it taste like crab cakes, but they really didn't. They are however really good. Next I want to try mock apple pie made with zucchini.
 

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oh, @Lavender2, the cauliflower wasn't raw. I steamed it for about 10 minutes- just till tender.
 

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I have seen *old bay* mentioned in several recipes. What is *old bay* ?
prepared seasoning that is used on seafood. blend of several different ones. haven't opened mine yet as plenty of imitation "old bay".
 

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I have seen *old bay* mentioned in several recipes. What is *old bay* ?
Old Bay is awesome! I put it on everything. Really good on pork chops too. Their website says it is a blend of celery salt, black and red pepper, and paprika. Carol, you really must go buy yourself some and try it. You've been missing out! :)
 

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We could have a "what do you like to sprinkle on your veggies" thread.

I had (the first picking) Russ' Illinois Snap beans and (most of) a cubed and boiled Viking Purple potato for dinner. Nothing more than salt, pepper and butter went on that potato and I left out the s & p for the snap beans.Both were delicious!

Steve
 

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Last night we had some of the fingerling potatoes we dug up last weekend. Teresa brined them overnight and let them dry out all day and then roasted them with a little garlic, rosemary and olive oil. She also made some of the squash croquet patties. That and a big 'ol slice of tomato and some roasted chicken and we were eating good.
 

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