Monthly Archives: July 2017

Summer Squash Bake

It is zucchini season. Finding delicious ways to eat this vegetable is quite easy. It’s subtle sweetness and versatile texture lend it to be delicious eaten raw or cooked. This recipe for “Summer Squash Bake” is currently my favorite way to eat zucchini, but some other options include: sauteed with onions and spinach, in a green curry, made into flax crackers, or puree into soups (adds a nice viscosity without cream).

 

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Plum and Berry Galette

Wild raspberries are just beginning to turn red this week. I wanted to get a jump on the industrious birds and pick at least a handful before they’re gone. These raspberries are not quite ripe and not hybridized, so they are pretty tart. Pairing them with sweeter fruit makes their tartness mellow enough to be full of flavor.

Chuck Eye Round Roast

Rather than spending half the day in the car battling traffic on the way to the shore, we decided to have a stay-cation in the relaxing comfort of home. A day that started by watching bike races on TV, followed by walking slowly around the property, swimming laps in our neighbor’s pool, and cooking from the heart. This day was soothing for the body and soul. The day concluded with a casual dinner that I cooked for my husband and in-laws. Even though this is not a traditional summer meal, it was satisfying and light served with a red leaf lettuce salad (bought locally from the Farmer’s Market) and roasted yellow beans.