I am my own big fan of cucumbers, but I am choosy about cucumbers...When I saw this recipe for SPICY cucumbers, I realized this might be the perfect food...
WHAT! Love, according to my very good source, brings carrots..especially to the zoo!
Simple and completely devastatingly awesome!
I am many things, but when I give ya some baked goods, I ain't no give my fudge back, girl...cause there's not ever any left
I love things which are green and this gives a satisfying crunch, with a little parmesan to be a little bit of a treat!
A variation on a traditional Italian recipe
Traditional Italian Sausage and Peppers uses the juice of the sausages to cook the vegetables. This recipe uses olive oil and tomatoes to create a flavorful base for the healthier chicken sausages.
Take the sausage casings off the chorizo by cutting a slit down the side of the sausage, and emptying the insides into a skillet. Cook the sausage until completely done.
In a medium skillet bring the chicken stock to boil. Add Orzo and cook until al dente (about 9 minutes). Be careful to keep stirring so the orzo doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan. Set orzo aside.
My comments: I actually don't have an opinion of my recipe of the week because I couldn't try it because I have been under the weather, but I got a whole bunch of positive feedback from my Dad. Chorizo, peppers, orzo...what what....
My comments: I LOVE the watermelon radish, because it is so beautiful. If I were to make this saute again, I would mix the honey, vinegar, salt, pepper, powdered garlic and cayenne in a bowl and then I would add to the vegetables in the skillet so the heat was distributed evenly. The cayenne was a genius addition, and had it not been spicy, I would say I would've missed the spice! My pork brings the mansters to the yard, and they stay for the kohlrabi...and spicy sautes of roots vegetables!