In my search for familiar food that doesn’t need dairy, it’s been hard to find a satisfying pizza without cheese, and the non-dairy cheeses out there just don’t satisfy me. I’ve tried the most highly rated, but nothing hits the … Continue reading Potato Pizza? Yes!
no skillets were harmed in the making of this dish I usually sauté a ratatouille in stages in a large skillet, adding the tomatoes at the end to bring it all together. Today, I’m going to roast it all in … Continue reading Roasted Ratatouille
I’m roasting some of the garden tomatoes today while I’m housebound with the roofers who are stomping and banging all over the rooftop. Oh, wait, one of them just turned on way-too-loud radio, so I won’t be reading that half-finished … Continue reading Roasted Tomato Stuffed Zucchini
I roast zucchini all the time in chunks or round slices with just olive oil and salt & pepper. Sometimes I add a little grated Parmesan, and more often than not other vegetables (carrots, onions, mushrooms). Just thought I’d go … Continue reading Parmesan Zucchini Sticks
Colorful, because he won’t eat a green pepper and I prefer them. The main thing to remember about meat-stuffed peppers is that you’re not making meatloaf. You don’t need egg or breadcrumb binders. The meat filling should be lightly stuffed … Continue reading Colorful Stuffed Peppers
This is one of those posts that’s almost more about what we don’t like. We don’t like lettuce is number one. He doesn’t like cucumbers, and almost as much tomatoes and mushrooms. I don’t like sour, vinegary salad dressings, nor … Continue reading Chickpea, Bacon, Zucchini Salad
Not a casserole, but still a one-dish meal, it’s easy to roast or grill any of the variety of vegetables that are available in the summer and combine them with pasta, with or without meat for a terrific summer meal. … Continue reading Noodles and Roasted Vegetables