Summer is slipping away! We’re up to Week Seven of OLS.
We had a custard for dinner this week, along with some corn chowder. No, it’s not an instance of dessert before dinner, silly, it was a savory custard!
Phelan is having camera woes, but she made game hens and a mighty fine peach cobbler this week.
Matt has been consuming lots of local meals lately, but the one he documented used local pasta. The pasta takes some getting used to, as it tends to cook quickly! I’ve noticed this with homemade stuff, too: just gotta watch it.
Lucette was feeling under the weather, but some local chicken soup lovingly prepared to help see her through definitely made her believe food = medicine.
Farm Mom Ang didn’t especially feel like cooking, but she didn’t especially feel like wasting good food, either. Maybe many of us feel this way, in this time of extreme produce glut. Just remember this won’t last forever, folks.
FrugalMom has missed a couple of weeks due to a longer than anticipated recovery from surgery. She’s on the mend, though, thankfully, so go check out her grub.
Evie has had a rough summer, too. This week, though, she put her daughter to work to go out and scavenge a meal from the garden. The first little eggs from their hens helped things out, how exciting!
Stacey just had a birthday and her loving hubby got her a KitchenAid mixer, so she’s stepping up and stepping out…this week with pizza. YUM.
Kelly also went in for pizza this week. Whoa: didn’t she do this last week, too? Well why yes. But hey: don’t you all remember college? Or the once-a-week that our school cafeterias offered pizza and we all wanted it? Yeah. You’d eat it once a week, too.
Joanna made some lovely pasta and some only so-so corn fritters. She’ll be out camping next week: anyone have any help for her for her local meal in NW Pennsylvania?
Linda had a meatball quite literally roll off the top of her spaghetti and onto the floor and the next thing she noticed…it rolled under a cabinet. Okay, it wasn’t quite like that old song, but she does have some pointers about making sausage, so go check out her post!
E4 and Lori have been…busy. But! this week’s meal was fast and satisfying for all.
Becke is the farmer’s market shopper extraordinaire, so finding yummy dishes on her site is nothing new. She’s getting help from her own garden with this week’s meal.
Manerva says it’s never too hot for soup if you’re in the mood, and I quite agree with her, don’t you? This soup featured some home-grown black beans, too.
And finally Kate agrees with Manerva: soup is just plain good eating, especially when it comes from the back yard! In fact, she calls it backyard soup, so go check it out.
Yeah, with pasta you need the semolina for the right texture.
But what a cool experiment! I will be checking the recipes.