Ready for more goodies tomorrow!

Just in time to pick up tomorrow’s box,  I have used everything except a few purple potatoes.  I made a recipe from allrecipes.com for marinated cherry tomato salad. ( THE END OF THE CHERRY TOMATOES!)  I really liked it. As follows: 4 c cherry tomatoes halved, 1/4 c veg. oil, 3 tbs cider vinegar, 1 tsp dried basil, 1 tsp dried oregano, 1/2 tsp salt , 1 1/2 tsp sugar. Mix together and let marinade for 2 or more hours. The rest  of course was surprise!!  two different meals.  Mine: Tuna noodle casserole, which I love! I always put a little mayo in for richness to the regular ingredients.  Bob’s: Pulled chicken that I did in the crockpot. Color doesn’t look great, but he loves this recipe : frozen chicken breasts(4) 1 bottle of BBQ sauce , 1/2 c Italian salad dressing, 3 tbsp worchestire (SP?) sauce. ( Can’t remember where I got this recipe.)  Let that cook for about 4-5 hours on low.  Shred chicken and put it  back in the sauce.  His sides:  home made french fries and corn on the cob. Hope to see  everybody tomorrow at the market!  (The tuna casserole may show up again tomorrow on the blog, along with some familiar faces….wait for it!) 🙂

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13 thoughts on “Ready for more goodies tomorrow!

  1. theneighborboys

    We had corn on the cob tonight too (Szaly’s, because that’s what Giant Eagle had). It was such a beautiful evening to eat outside and enjoy the late summer weather.

    By the way, when Jeff saw this post the first thing he said was “Beth made pasta. It looks good. You should make it too sometime!” Unfortunately, I’ll miss everyone at the market because I have to teach a class tomorrow, so if there are any secret ingredients be sure to let Jeff know!

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  2. andrewsbeth

    Does Jeff eat tuna fish? It is an old school recipe. Sauteed onions, canned mushroom soup, milk, chedder cheese, 2 cans tuna, black pepper and a little mayo. I did use whole wheat penne pasta. If that redeems me at all. Usually I put celery and peas in it, but didn’t have any. Sometimes, I just want a casserole, and there is always leftovers! Sorry you will not be at the market tomorrow Tom. Wonder what treasures Jeff will bring home!

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    1. theneighborboys

      The fact that we’re craving casseroles is just one more sign of fall, don’t you think? I do love comfort food like that, though, and make something quite similar from time to time. I use chicken more often than tuna, but it might be a nice change of pace.

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  3. Carolyn Galizio

    I am so happy that you posted a different way to use up all of those cherry tomatoes! Kim planted some in pots at our house too, so we have been eating them on salads every day and roasting them by cutting them in half, drizzling with olive oil, salt and pepper, but I needed a new recipe!!!!!!!!!

    Dearest Bethy, Thanks so much for feeding the grands so much too. You are the best! Kim and I are just lucky to be feeding ourselves right now- soon I will get in the groove!

    Jeff- Thank goodness for pierogies!

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  4. andrewsbeth

    Care, Thank you , but you know I love feeding those little grand faces! You’ll get into a routine before you know it. And don’t worry, there are always the “Hey Hon, %%&#$*$## &@@” phone calls to look forward too!

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    1. Kim Galizio

      I am not sure how you would have missed them. It was just a huge stall where the sign said perogies and they were cooking them so it was hard to miss the smell of frying onions and dough. We got ours, Jeff got his, I must have missed you. Sorry!

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