Aug 18, 2010

Week 10

Week 10's haul was probably the biggest one yet. I used my mad photography skills to take three regular pictures of the vegetables, put them together, and make one giant picture. See?


I know. My photographic talent knows no bounds. Here's the stuff from a less mutated angle:


The final count looks something like this:

2 bunches of green onions
2 bags of carrots
1 bag of tomatoes (regular and cherry sized)
3 green peppers
2 heads of broccoli
2 purple cabbage
6 yellow squash
2 zucchini
6 cucumbers
1 light green squash
2 giant white onions
2 purple onions
2 normal sized white onions
2 bags of lettuce

Lots of good stuff has been coming out of my kitchen this week. I know I've already told you about roasted carrots twice, but they really are that good:


This batch was drizzled with olive oil, tossed with dill, onion, and garlic, and baked at 450 degrees for 45ish minutes. Better than potato chips you guys--I mean that.

This pasta was a total hit:


I made a simple tomato sauce (chopped tomatoes, olive oil, salt and pepper), sauteed in some green onion and yellow squash and hoo boy we had ourselves a meal!

Last night I made black bean burritos (black beans, corn, onion, green onion, yellow squash, garlic, cumin, and chilli powder all cooked up and mushed together), with a side of cole slaw (purple cabbage, carrots, green peppers, onions, garlic, green onions, and a bottle of cole slaw dressing from the store).

Jared tried it:


Jared like it:


He prefers to communicate through dance.

4 comments:

  1. thank you for sharing this summer....I need to try the carrot recipe fo' shizzle.

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  2. I would suggest making Rotkohl with the cabbage as well. It has bacon bits, so you can't go wrong.

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  3. You may have cracked me on the carrot recipe too. As long as you accept freak out phone calls asking for details.

    J-rod has moves!

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  4. love jared's interpretive dance:)

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