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    I created this to deal with an abundance of pattypan squash from the garden, but it will be just as delicious with any summer squash. The better the bread and Parmesan, the better this will taste.

    Recipe #315078

    Based on a recipe I discovered in The Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden by David Hirsch. Refreshing as the tomato-based version, this one takes advantage of produce available earlier in the season. Other greens, such as arugula, and herbs can be included. The original recipe calls for fresh dill, but I did not have any in the garden. If you don't have nasturtiums, add a couple of fresh, red radishes instead.

    Recipe #308462

    We have a 20-year old cat, Smoki, who is a bit finicky, so I went looking for a recipe he would like. This one is my modification of Recipe #91152, adjusting it to utilize an entire one pound container of chicken livers. (The cat is the only one in the house who likes liver.) I also poach the livers before chopping to make them keep better in the fridge. Smoki loves this recipe, and it is cheaper than premium cat food. Our other cat, Hector, is only 18 months, and he loves it, too.

    Recipe #302842


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