There’s been a couple of oh-so-tiny desserts recently and one soup but we’re still on our 2017 Challenge of Rice Bowls and Salads. Here’s the latest recipe to hit our table as we strive for health and weight loss. . . . → Read More: Grilled Portobello and Red Quinoa Vegetable Salad
I am sharing a recipe for “Italian Sausage-Zucchini Soup” as I join bloggers from across the country in BookClubCookbook.com’s Soup Swap, to celebrate the launch of Soup Swap: Comforting Recipes to Make and Share (Chronicle, 9/16) by Kathy Gunst, Resident Chef for NPR’s “Here and Now.” . . . → Read More: Italian Sausage-Zucchini Soup for #SoupSwapParty
Is it just me, or does “zucchini” always look misspelled?
I’m just sayin’.
I started growing Astia Zucchini last summer after hearing about it on NPR. Renee’s Garden was being featured and this was a new seed variety for the company. I ordered it primarily because it was good for containers. . . . → Read More: Zucchini Bread
We read MFK Fisher’s How to Cook a Wolf for this round of Cook the Books. Keep reading for an easy way to use up the surplus of zucchini I hope you are getting from your garden. . . . → Read More: Frittata of Zucchini
A warming recipe for a winter’s day AND November’s Secret Recipe Club post. . . . → Read More: Morroccan Tagine with Roasted Eggplant and Zucchini
Seriously, I have never even heard of this movie. Where have I been? It is on the “must see” list for any foodie! Here is a risotto recipe in honor of “Big Night.” . . . → Read More: Big Night—April’s Food n’ Flix pick