|Fresh salsa, anyone? True, I didn't grow the onion or garlic, and my cilantro bolted the day the sun came out, but the tomatoes and jalapenos make for a tasty pico de gallo!|
|Caprese. I know I've said it before and I'll say it again, I LOVE this salad. Hubby and I will eat it every day as long as we have tomatoes and basil in my garden (and have access to fresh mozarella!).|
|I peeled and chopped the ripe tomatoes, a fresh zucchini from my mother-in-law's garden, parsley, basil and oregano from my garden and the added the rest of my fixins' to make this DELICIOUS spaghetti sauce. This was a make-again. |
We have been tossing the squash with olive oil, salt and pepper and grilling it almost daily for dinner, and making fresh salads from my lettuce and tomatoes. I've also made several grilled margharita pizzas with the basil and tomatoes from my garden. I hoped to have an over-abundance of tomatoes to can for the winter, but I don't see that happening with the way we have been using our arrivals. :)
Each day that I visit my kitchen garden or am blessed with the bounty of the gardens that my friends and family till, I am reminded of the provision that comes only from above. God is good.