If you are using Microsoft OS on a desktop PC or laptop PC,My wife is sending it to my email. Is there a way to post that on here or do I have to write it all out? If I can post the email how do I do it (very tech challenged)
LOL! Before I'd expend any energy pickling squash, I'd get the pitchfork out of the shed and turn the damn things under! I gave another half dozen away yesterday and today I chopped a small crook neck into my burger and bean combo for nachos. Used our first bell pepper and a handful of yellow cherry tomatoes too. Cliff definitely over planted squash this year.@clifffaith, have you tried pickling your summer squash? You can do them just like cucumbers. (I tend to make refrigerator pickles.) I use them the same way as pickles. Radishes also pickle well--we then use them to top tacos or Asian dishes. I also have a very good and easy recipe for zucchini soup, and you can sub any summer squash.
I absolutely love pesto. I am growing some basil but started late so I can’t pick yet. I wanted to make pesto with fresh basil the other day and could not find pignoli nuts anywhere. The local store owner said they are scarce and extremely pricey. I do t think DH would eat walnuts. I’d have to leave it out altogether. Hoping my basil takes off.So during this pandemic, I started making my own pesto. We grown our own basil and parsley, and I use 50/50 each, and I also use walnuts because I like the way they taste in the pesto. I’ve been using it about twice a week on fish or Pasta or veggies. Still trying some new things.
Tonight we enjoyed a simple meal of Baked Pesto Cod, broccoli and rice, and a glass of wine. We ate al fresco at “chez Norma“. (We have a courtyard, that thanks to Costco online, got updated with new furniture and umbrella at the start of stay at home.) It was a nice relaxing meal on a lovely Florida evening.