I Know Two People Who Collect These Stickers from Fruits and Vegetables















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.

What do you collect?  vegetable sticker

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!


Zuchinni and Yellow Squash


12 thoughts on “I Know Two People Who Collect These Stickers from Fruits and Vegetables

  1. I have a Lady Moon sticker from Dino Kale! i think both Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s carry “HER” products! Pasta: YUM!
    Happy May Day!!!!! WWll “m’aider!” XOXOXO

  2. I don’t collect those stickers – I actually find them annoying. But that pasta looks amazing.

  3. That sounds (and looks) like a great recipe. Thanks for sharing!

    As for my collections – I actually try to NOT collect anything. Though I have an affinity for stationary and bags (so I have to be very careful that I only buy what I “need”, lest I go overboard). [But even with that, I have more blank notebooks and journals than I will use in the next two years…]

    • I love notebooks and blank journals. Such possibility. And a fresh yellow legal pad and a sharpened pencil.
      You know what I collect from the Keep or Pitch blog days.
      Too MUCH

  4. People will collect anything, even the most ubiquitous of items. I’d love to collect a dish of that pasta, Ruth. It looks fantastic!

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