Monthly Archives: July 2021

Grilled Portobello Mushrooms

I love mushrooms, especially the big, meaty portobello. These beautiful fungi can be served as a side dish or as the main dish. This recipe can be sliced on the side (like I did with some grilled chicken) or left … Continue reading

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday link up #324

 How is your summer going? Except for one nasty heat wave, it’s been great here. I love walking into my yard and harvesting fresh food for dinner. And I’m a frequent farmer’s market shopper too! Summer is full of fresh … Continue reading

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German Potato Salad – Throw Back Thursday

Welcome to the new feature – Throw Back Thursday. Every other Thursday, a vintage recipe will be posted. Some may be the original versions, while others maybe an upscaled and updated version of the original. And to start it all … Continue reading

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Sautéed Summer Squash and Chard

My garden is growing wonderfully! I harvested a single (rather large) scallop summer squash. Not quite enough for two. I also cut a couple small bunches of rainbow chard. Again, not enough for two. But if I sautéed them together, … Continue reading

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #323

Can you believe July is almost half way over? This summer has gone by fast – with lost of crazy weather. My tomatoes are starting to ripen. I’ve harvested enough chard, mustard, collards, spinach and kale that we’ve had it … Continue reading

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