Summer often brings an abundance of zucchini to our gardens, CSAs and farmer's markets. For me, this year is no exception. And isn’t this a wonderful problem to have?? Here's how I recently used mine plus a bit of sweet corn (also now in season) & garlic scapes (which is starting to fade from local markets for the year - I happened to have a few leftover...). True confession: I have actually made this twice now...it was that good the first time around.
Summer highlights. “In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there's something stronger — something better, pushing right back.” ~ Albert Camus #photopgraphy #meals #ChezRebeccaAnne #yoga #homecooking
In my opinion, all food is worth sharing. Meals are better when enjoyed with good company. That said - I love an antipasti, a meal of tapas, or a mezze platter any day of the week. You can please nearly every palate with the mix of offerings - or just get to have many yummy tastes instead of a singular one. All takes on a similar concept, an antipasti, tapas or a mezze are a collection of smaller bites or plates that combines together to feed a crowd or can make a fantasti
My day-to-day cooking is cooking for 1. Yes, I entertain often and can/do cook for a crowd. But day-to-day, it is just me - so I have gotten into the practice of making 2 big home cooked meals on the weekend to have for lunch and dinner during the work week.
No having to come home after work, teaching or the gym to have to start a meal from scratch. I assemble the meal - and am able to sit down to eat. Or at lunch time, I can spend time going for a walk, rather than go