Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Farmers Market Haul Number One

I think I'm going to start a new weekly post serious on the blog in which I photograph what I bought at the farmers market followed by what I plan to make with it all during the week. I think it will be a good way for me to look back on what I've purchased through the change of seasons and how I've used my bounty in the kitchen. And if it inspires you all, well then, that's just wonderful! I'm not setting out to make anything fancy or complicated, mind you. Simple is the way to go. Here's some of what I have planned for this week...

Zucchini Fritters- My favorite zucchini recipe of all time. How have I not blogged about this recipe before?! Note to self: photograph those fritters!

Gazpacho- The weather has been unseasonably hot in Seattle and I've really dreaded cooking on those steamy hot evenings. Gazpacho is perfect for those.

Eggplant Caponata- I was thinking of experimenting with a vegan eggplant rollatini recipe this week, but that would be a little too time consuming. Caponata is easier. Here's a recipe that I made in Italy that I'll use.

Fried Eggs and Garlicky Sautéed Kale, with Tomato Basil Salad- So simple.

Pasta with Kale, Tomatoes, Olives, and Beans- One of my go-to quick meals. Gluten-free pasta with loads of veggies.

Peach, Berry, and Plum Crisp- I'm thinking a similar version of this recipe.

What about you? What are you making with your farmers market finds? Of if you're super lucky, your own garden's bounty? I'd love to know!


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