This delicious sweet bread has frozen and dried blueberries in it! I do hope you can find dried blueberries because they are so good. If not try dried cranberries or raisins. Great cut fresh all by itself, spread some butter or cream cheese on it, toast it, bake into a great bread pudding or make some yummy blueberry French toast.
Angel hair with lump crab meat, Fresh corn, Plum tomatoes right out of the garden along with fresh herbs and Garlic. With fresh summer ingredients this dish is made in no time. Rachael Ray move over--this meal is cooked in no time!
This thick, hearty soup is started with the trilogy of onions, celery, and carrots are sautéed before adding the liquid as to bring out there sweetness. Made with a nice meaty ham bone for lots of flavor. A chipotle pepper in adobo sauce for a nice spiciness.
Watch these disappear! The shells are cooked al dente stuffed with creamy cheese and tender baby spinach topped with a tomato mushroom sauce then cooked in the oven where they plump up. And have you wanting more.
This is a cold pasta salad with lots of flavor and texure. A great recipe to use the left over garden vegie. Make your favorite or my caponata (Caponata ' Eggplant and Lots of Good Things! #102724) and add to pasta. HOW EASY!
Truffles are found under oak and chestnut trees in Italy and France. Even here in America! They are earthy, pungent, garlicy, robust, savory. They are to be used sparingly. Truffles are to be stored in the refrigerator cover with raw rice 3 days. Being so expensive I'd save this dish for those you really love and use sparingly. What the heck just go for it.
Angel Hair and Pesto. This is one of my summer favorites!Fresh pesto out of the garden, garlic, nuts, and cheese. Just tooo good! How can something taste this good and be good for you? Enjoy this hot or cold.
DH loves his lasagna with meat and lots of sauce. So if you like it that way this ones for you! I've made this with uncooked noodles and cooked. You pick! I find the uncooked ones a bit starchy but it's quick and easy. If using cooked noodles you can cut back on the sauce. The uncooked noodles will absorb the sauce. But be sure to let it sit for 15 minutes before cutting into it. I use a deep pan so it doesn't flow over.
It seems like a lot of greens but they cook down to almost nothing.And if you want you can replace the dandelion with spinach. I use hot sausage which gives this a real kick, but if you rather go for mild or just use chopped beef.