|For some reason the corn is obnoxiously large - I am obviously NOT a real photographer! LOL|
Each week I spend quite a bit of time thinking about my posts - the Yellow Theme from Alphabe-Thursdays was no exception. I knew I was going to post something about food - seems like all I have been blogging about lately - I am inspired so much by all the wonderful REAL Food Bloggers, especially my Two For Tuesdays Co-hosts.
I am going to be honest for a minute - these ladies ROCK the REAL Food world, they are incredible chefs with talents and abilities that amaze me. I am definitely out of my league. But these amazing ladies let me play along - thanks!!!
So today for Alphabe-thursday I am going to showcase a meal I make - nothing fancy but a meal my family loves. It is full of sunny summer goodness and is best made with local organic (if possible) veggies and a local, free-ranged chicken.
We start with cantelope - fresh, cut and salted if you want.
We also have corn on the cob, slathered in buttah! Put sweetcorn in a pan cover with water, bring to a boil for a minute or two and shut off - it should be done! Easy peasy lemon squeezy!
Next we are having yellow summer squash - saute onion and garlic in a lot of butter for a bit then add sliced yellow squash and water. Cook low and slow in a covered pan until the squash is real soft. Add a big splash of RAW milk salt, pepper and a sprinkle of sugar if you like to sweeten it a bit. Cook on low until liquid is reduced.
That is our sunny summer yellow dinner - and boy was it delicious!
I know you all are disappointed my sous chef wasn't in the pictures - she was off catching butterflies at that time - oh, to be five again!
Linked to Mrs. Matlock's Alphabe-Thursdays!
and Ann Kroekers Food on Friday!