I have a half dozen cucumbers I need to get through, which means I'm going to be cucumber-ing it up
this week. This roundup
is a good place to start, as are these cucumber noodle salads
. If anything's leftover after that, it's cucumber juice
, my friends.
I've had this Flavour Bomb Greens n' Noodles recipe
from My New Roots bookmarked for awhile. It sounds so fresh and tasty. Can't wait to use my kale on it this week. (Did you get chard or spinach this week instead? That would also work instead of kale!)
A few weeks ago I made Baba Ghanoush
with my eggplant. It was delicious and definitely worth making again, but I think I'll also make a batch of these Baked Zaatar Eggplant Fries
. They make a great afternoon snack — no frying, lots of herbs, a little cheese.
Walnuts, miso, and ginger + green beans = AMAZING. Thank you to The New York Times
for this tasty side dish
Have you ever had arugula on pizza? It's one of my favorite toppings. Anjali's Prosciutto and Arugula Pizza
makes a quick weeknight meal, and will totally satisfy your pizza craving.
I find it hard to put tomatoes in anything when they're so good enjoyed on their own, with a drizzle of olive oil, salt, pepper — and ok. Good mozzarella, too. But it also seems a shame to pass up the opportunity to make a batch of really, really good tomato sauce, like Faith's Roasted Tomato Sauce with Garlic
Apples: I was surprised to get apples this early in the season, but I'm not complaining. I plan to just eat them straight. No recipe, no special treatment. Just grab one and go.
Cherry bomb peppers:
These little red peppers are best when they're stuffed, like these goat cheese versions
from Fork Knife Spoon.
What to do with potatoes? If all else fails, make a potato salad. In fact, make 10 of them