It’s about the end of the peach season here in Missouri, so it seemed like I should make a pie. First, the peaches. Really the fastest way to peel them and not have much waste is to cut a little x in the bottom of […]
Month: August 2015
A few years ago someone brought sausage-stuffed banana peppers to a potluck. They had grilled them and they were delicous! I didn’t ask for the recipe, unfortunately.
Last weekend I visited the City Market in Kansas City, MO with some friends. At tthe produce stands I was on a quest for poblanos, but was informed it was still too early. But, there were a number of stands featuring Asian produce, and I decided to change my quest to finding some Thai birds-eye chilis.
Who doesn’t love roasted vegetables (I know, I know, tomatoes are a fruit)? Today I used various tomatoes from my CSA, garlic from my CSA, and thyme from my very own herb pot as I roasted some tomatoes. Olive oil, salt, pepper, sliced garlic cloves, […]
The goal this weekend is to use up or put up produce that is piling up from the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture . Next up, Hakurei turnips. I love Hakurei turnips. They are great in stir fries and raw in salads, and even just dipping in the old standby Ranch Dressing. But, these were piling up and I couldn’t use them fast enough.