Now that the temps have dropped some I can actually 'cook' again. Yahoo! This week lightlycrunchy's entry titled Saving Summer caught my eye. She shared her Roasted Garden Vegetable Sauce recipe created from her home grown harvest. It looked so easy and delicious ( plus I had a bowl full of tomatoes increasing the fruit fly population in our kitchen to almost swarm status) I had to give it try. I'm so glad I did cuz we've eaten it twice this week two different ways and It couldn't have been easier to make. The first night I served it Ala vegetarian, spooned over whole grain pasta with a Cesar salad. The second time around I turned up the heat by adding chunks of hot Italian sausage to the sauce and putting it on a slow simmer for a couple of hours before spooning it over pasta. It was excellent both ways and got the thumbs up from the whole family!
|Roasted Garden Veggie Sauce ( LIGHTLY CRUNCHY)|
I'm off to bake a batch! YUM!
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Candy's cowboy cookies are yummy and filling too. I am going to have to try Lightlycrunchy's roasted garden vegetable sauce. Like you, I am overrun by tomatoes some days. Thanks for another great week of Farmgirl Friday Deb!!!
Thank you for hosting. :)
Thank you for hosting! Have a lovely weekend. :)
Fall work is well underway at the Ranch. Fall cattle shots are done and our corn is chopped.
The crisp mornings (45* today) are nice and yesterday's high was in the mid 70's! I am getting an itch to make chili.
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