Zucchini summer squash boats stuffed with deconstructed, gourmet Gouda cheeseburgers. Fresh, hearty and satisfying.
Rice and broccoli florets swimming in a cheesy sauce and baked to a bubbly, golden brown. This is my knock-off of broccoli-au-gratin-rice-in-a-box. You know, the San Francisco treat. The one I happily grew up on. Years ago I said my goodbyes to cut down on overly processed foods. Purely by mistake, a box ended up in my groceries. . .
A thick and creamy soup recipe with beer and aged cheddar cheese, made all the more delicious with the addition of stone ground mustard and homemade pumpernickel croutons. Beer. Cheese. Mustard. Pumpernickel bread. Classic flavors that boost each other up and have little in common but when combined are all the better for it!
Zucchini are still growing in my garden! Baby ones and blossoms too. Late bloomers. Not that I mind one single bit. Zucchini has a permanent place in my life all year long. Yep, I’m the person buying those sorry looking zucchini in the middle of winter that were trucked in from who knows where. If you see me cooing to them in the produce aisle,… [Read more]