I'm home from work a little early and snacking on some delicious leftover soba noodles with tahini-nut sauce and summer garden vegetables.
Truthfully I had a moment with the soba noodles and had to substitute farfalla, but noodles smoodles it's still good. How good?
So good you don't regret heating up the house with a pan of boiling water, good.
The next night(s) we had quinoa salads with avocado, ripe tomatoes, black beans or garbanzo beans, a bell pepper and a hand full of garden herbs, scallions and lemon, olive oil, S&P and another ear of corn cut off the cob.
I don't think I've cooked any corn this summer. I've barely cooked any food and certainly not any meat, it's too hot and we've been strangely happy just with vegetables.
We do though have one very unhappy puppy dog. She is no vegetarian her body language says, not even vaguely vegetarian. Picture her flung on the floor, head between her paws, sighing heavily. Yep, you got it.
But we soldier on. Meatless in gaza.
I have no food pictures to show you .We are too greedy to point and shoot. We just sit and eat.
But I think these two recipe suggestions stand on their own and if not here's GG with a cauliflower bouquet from our garden.