Our neighbor got his weekly delivery of Community Supported Agriculture of Southwestern Pennsylvania and since his wife’s away so tonight he brought up all of this bounty from local farms.
I’ve been photographing lots of ingredients lately so this one keeps with the theme.
Roasted beets on the list of things to do
and I see myself trying the method of microwaving the spaghetti squash the way I’ve seen Erika do it in her kitchen.
Splits open so easily.
Not sure about that enormous zucchini. The peppers are just beautiful as are those yellow tomatoes. Mmmmm. Inspirational.
And the guest photograph by Roberta, who made Garlic Mashed Potatoes with the leftover roasted garlic.
(organic garlic grown by my brother David in Okanogan WA)
A couple of the ingredients for the soup I made my daughter-in-law last weekend.
dThat cabbage cost one dollar.
Carrots, celery, onion, garlic from Okanogan WA from my brother. Peeled off a couple of the outer leaves.
( iPhone 5 photographs. Wondering if I need the 6)
Especially if they are interesting or different. Unique.
I thought these produce stickers’ design would qualify as a keeper. Although I’m not starting a produce sticker collection today, I thought about two people I know who save them.
Hey ML? Do you still save these from your fruit and veggies?
Here is what I made with the two zucchini and yellow squash.
In a large skillet sautee an onion and a couple of garlic cloves in olive oil, throw in two yellow and two green squash (cut up) then add salt and pepper and red pepper flakes. Add a bit of water and let them cook until soft. Mash up with potato masher. Boil water and cook eggy pasta noodles, drain and toss in squash sauce. Grate fresh cheese on top. I learned to cook this from Anna Fevola of La Cucina Flegrea. See the cooking class post in 2010 (from before the restaurant moved downtown to Market Square) Everything she cooks is delicious!
But I found a solution….
Pulled the old glass reamer off the kitchen shelf and proceeded to make some fresh squeezed orange juice.
The hardness of the orange peel was deceiving because they gave up a lot of juice.
Fried egg sandwich on wheat toast.
Squeezing OJ this past weekend, I was trying to hold onto that Spring Break mood.
Hand painted glasses from Mary Ellen’s gift shop in Lawrenceville- Divertido- “where everyday is a gift?”
(I have a copy if you are in Pittsburgh)
Pot of Chili
Snow Yard from the Kitchen
Carnegie Music Hall Pittsburgh PA
Center for the Arts Wedding – Marc and Roberta
Detroit Artist at Mattress Factory
A story in three photos. (The other part of the challenge.)
Welcome Maura Clare. November 2008.