With zucchinis still being so prevalent in the grocery store, home gardens, and farmer’s markets, I wanted to come up with a recipe that marries the idea of eggplant Parmesan, and pizza, but with using summer squash as a replacement for the eggplant. I think I hit the nail right on the head with this recipe for Italian Zucchini Parmesan! Try it, and you be the judge.
I’m not sure which part of this Fresh Tomato Tart I love the best! Is it the slices of garden fresh tomatoes and zucchini, the crunchy cornflake crust, or the layer of thyme-infused caramelized onions?
But, I guess it really doesn’t matter which part is my favorite because all of these delicious elements are incorporated into this pretty presentation! Once you try it, you’ll also be hard pressed to decide which part is your favorite.
When I learned that this weeks #SundaySupper theme is orzo pasta, I jumped at the opportunity to develop this light and refreshing new dish.
Orzo is probably one of my favorite kinds of pasta. The shape is so tiny and compact that it works well as a filling for a stuffed dish like this Elegant Orzo, Shrimp & Vegetable Salad Stuffed Avocado.
Store-bought puff pastry is truly a modern miracle for bakers everywhere. With a minimum effort and fuss, anyone can turn out impressive dishes or desserts that look like they belong in the front window of a bakery or French patisserie.
Since we had an overabundance of spaghetti squash in our garden this year, I’ve been trying to come up with new recipe ideas that will utilize this delicious and flavorful winter squash. Since spaghetti squash is widely available in most markets this time of year, so if you don’t grow your own, I urge you to pick a few up at the market and make this soup.
My aim with this recipe was to make something unusual with all the garden zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant and basil I found myself staring at on my kitchen counter. Then the idea struck with these Grilled Garden Harvest Polenta Stacks.
I made these Zucchini Pizza Boats with the first zucchini harvest out of our garden. We usually don’t get our zucchinis picked until they’re as big as baseball bats. It’s not that we wait for that to happen, it just that we’re always late in getting them picked, and zucchinis grow so fast it seems as they can grow 8-10 inches in a day, but maybe I exaggerate!
My husband is the vegetable gardener in our household and I tend to the herbs. Every year he plants the […]
As summer winds down, I have one more zucchini recipe that I’d like to share with you before it’s too […]
You know it as well as I do, zucchini recipes are everywhere this time of year. Every blogger in every […]