You can turn almost any of your extra CSA veggies into toppings on a homemade pizza. From the Cooking Close to Home cookbook, this simple, chunky, sauce yields about 3½ cups, enough for 3, 16-inch pizzas. It is also an excellent base for adding pasta sauce ingredients like ground meat, sausage, or other veggies later. You can also freeze it, in case you have more tomatoes than you know what to do with.
If you have fresh herbs, the conversion is one teaspoon dry equals one Tablespoon fresh (and fresh will taste so much better!).
When in Cape May, stop by George’s Place restaurant on the corner of Beach and Perry Streets for delicious Greek food. They won’t part with their recipe but I came pretty close to re-creating this delicious side salad they serve with many of their entrees. This serves 6 nicely as a side. (more…)
Last week, someone asked what she can do with just one cucumber? Simple – make tzatziki! This delicious, creamy, Greek cucumber sauce keeps for about a week, and is great with grilled chicken, turkey or lamb. You can use Greek or plain yogurt (using plain yogurt will result in a slightly “runnier” sauce, but it holds the flavors and texture just as well so don’t panic if you don’t have it handy). It is a snap to make. Try it! (more…)