If you have friends or acquaintances with gardens, you know what I'm talking about. It's zucchini time. Not that I have anything against big, green phallic vegetables, but you can only serve zucchini so many times before your family starts begging for takeout. Lucky for me, I came across this blog post. Linger on the gorgeous photos of the Colorado high country then check out the recipe for the Savory Goat Cheese Parmesan Galette. The timing couldn't be more perfect--I have zucchini, I'm on a bacon kick, and DD loves goat cheese. I love it when the universe picks the dinner menu for me!
Wanna give a shout-out to The Daily Fiber. She's joined the madness that is NaBloPoMo and you MUST read her blog. Seriously. Great writing, an adorable dog, gorgeous fiber stuff--what else do you need? Maybe more zucchini recipes...
The last place I worked the owner would bring in nuclear size zucchini. Yummy.ReplyDelete
Zucchini bread or muffins are always a good fall back.
Zucchini bread! I like to shred, pre-measure and freeze~~then I can just pull a bag out of the freezer for zucchini bread during the winter months :)ReplyDelete
That's one good reason to go back to work- people will be dumping their zucchini on the unsuspecting likes of me.ReplyDelete
I've never made of, or okay, I'd never heard of a galette, and now I really want to make that recipe. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Yes, I read Jennifer's blog, too. She doesn't live too far from me.ReplyDelete
Thanks again for visiting!!
THANKS for the shout-out Miz Jelli! I appreciate that very much (Eddy Murphy voice - I am not worthy ...!) This zucchini recipe blew my kitchen doors off! A GALETTE - OMG OMG OMG. Tomorrow ...ReplyDelete
My Little Guy is going to look like a zucchini if he eats any more zucchini fritters!ReplyDelete