.....The cats. And to the dogs, who protect and keep the cats.
Without whom this bounty would have have been stillborn, consumed by every manner of varmint known to mankind. It is truly a wonder that our forebears were able to survive a week. Eating veggies still warm from the afternoon sun is a luxury.
Easy to make:
- In a cast iron frying pan dribble some olive oil
- Slice yellow crook neck squash in half
- Scoop out the seeds and discard
- Slice bite-size pieces thinly
- Same story for the zucchini
- Slice the onion on an angle (red onion works nicely too)
- Dice a couple of cloves of garlic
- Sprinkle with cayenne pepper to taste
- Add sea salt for crunch and taste
- Saute over medium heat until done to perfection (crispy not soggy)
Serve with mesquite grilled Porterhouse steaks (T-Bone if you're from the mid-west) and roasted corn. My dad loved T-Bone. Uncle Carl was a fan of Porterhouse.
Serve with good red wine.....