What’s Cooking For Supper?
Sunday supper at my house is the perfect time for family gatherings and outdoor cookouts. Who doesn’t love a good barbecue.
Chicken or fish, burgers or hotdogs? Everyone has their own personal preference. That’s all fine and dandy. Just so we are eating healthy. And perfect way to pull a healthy meal to together is to serve mixed grilled vegetables.
The following is one of my favorite recipes for grilled vegetables.
Grilled Mixed Vegetables
1/2 cup olive oil
1/4 cup finely chopped fresh basil leaves or 2 teaspoons dried basil leaves, crushed
1 teaspoon seasoned salt
2 garlic cloves, minced
You can all mixture of vegetables that are your personal favorites.
1 small egg plant, halved
1 large green bell pepper, halved, seeded
1 large red bell pepper, halved, seeded
1 small summer squash, halved
1 small head cauliflower
1 large sweet onion, quartered
1 zucchini, halved
Heat grill. In pint jar with tight-fitting lid, combine all basting oil ingredients. Shake vigorously to blend. Place vegetables in 15x10x1-inch baking pan. Pour basting oil over vegetables, stir to coat.
When ready to barbecue, place vegetables, cut side down, on gas grill over medium-low heat or on charcoal grill 4 to 6 inches from medium-high coals. Cook 14 to 18 minutes or until crisp-tender, turning once and brushing with basting oil to keep surfaces moist. (Cooking time will vary according to size of vegetables.) Cut vegetables into bite-size pieces.
* This recipe is from the Pillsbury cooking website.
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A New Way Of Cooking
Welcome to my kitchen!
Have you tried any of the new fresh home delivery meals yet?
Lately while walking through my neighborhood, I have been seeing lots of shipping boxes for packaged meals on front porches.
Geez, healthy meals delivered directly to your doorstep. What could be easier?
Durning the past few months, I myself have had to opportunity to try several meals from different companies providing the home delivery meals service.
I am happy to report that they were a hit at my house too!
The Christmas Cookie Swap
A Christmas cookie exchange has been scheduled for the December meeting of our community book club. Friends, books, wine and cookies at holiday time and all is well in my world. Oh yeah, I have to bake cookies.
Once upon a time long long ago Christmas baking was a big part of my holiday prep. My Mom, sister and I would gather in one kitchen and bake for a week. Oh what fun we had.
The Farmers Market On Saturday
What a delightful Saturday morning we spent at Haile Village Farmers Market!
The temps are finally cooling and the sun was shining brightly. Jake and Rex were more than ready for a morning out. One of our favorite weekend pastimes is going to the local farmers markets.
With fall in full swing there are plenty of fall markets and festivals on the calendar. I’m looking forward to sharing them with you.
Ocean Reef Club – Key Largo, Florida
The Ocean Reef Club located in Key Largo, Florida was the perfect location for our family’s Labor Day time out. We have visited the Florida Keys many times before. This was our first visit to the Ocean Reef Club. It did not disappoint.
We had a wonderful time enjoying many of the activities associated with the Florida Keys and we never left the property in three days. Plenty of sunshine and great food was a bonus to our weekend.
A Night Out At The European Village
The European Village for dinner at Mezzaluna-Pizzeria was our Saturday evening destination. This quaint little village of restaurants and shops provided our group of family and friends with a memorial evening of good food and entertainment during our weekend stay at Palm Coast, Florida.
European Village offers a courtyard experience with outdoor dining.
Live music was playing in the gazebo.
A Road Trip And A Waterfront Lunch
On a recent outing to the east coast on Highway 40 from Ocala we were passing through Astor, Florida located on the St Johns River. It was midday and we decided it was a good stopping place for lunch.
Beach Time With Friends and Family
Over the past six or seven years a group of us here in Gainesville have traditionally headed over to Palm Coast to share some beach time at Hammock Beach Resort. We have usually been there as a group over 4th of July holiday. As always in life, things and times change. The kids get older and new destinations start to fill the calendar. This 4th of July arrived and everyone went their different directions. Non the less, as if by chance, it was the last weekend of July and we made it back to Hammock Beach. Friends, families and fun!
Be sure to check out the video tour at the bottom of the post!
I May Not Have It All Together!
One meal + two people = two menus & brunch.
Weekends get hectic around here and the more hectic it gets I try to slow things down. Saturdays and Sundays are brunch days. At my house we usually brunch at home. Brunch means, “Skipping breakfast and being way too hungry to wait for lunch”!