Posts Tagged: ‘Summer Vegetables’
Posted on September 26, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
Traditional zucchini bread has always seemed unnaturally high in oil to me, so early on, I worked to make a light, airy and not oily zucchini bread that I could enjoy without the guilt. I use fruit and sour cream (non-dairy) to compensate for the reduced fat and sugar, and the results are fantastic: moist, fluffy and crunchy on the top (my son’s favorite part!). I like to make this bread as mini-loaves or muffins so I can share the love with friends. They’ll want more, I promise!
Posted on June 16, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
When I saw basket after basket of these fresh beauties at the farmer’s market today, I just couldn’t resist. I knew it was finally time for one of my southern summer favorites: Fried Zucchini!
Posted on August 13, 2010 - by Jules Shepard
Summer and Fried Green Tomatoes go hand-in-hand! No need to fret if you are gluten free — these taste as good as you remember with NO compromises!
Posted on August 7, 2009 - by Jules Shepard
Tweet Inspired by all the bounty summer seems to offer, I seem to keep chiming in with recipes that embrace all the fresh produce happening in our gardens and showing up at our farmers’ markets. And true to form, here’s another! If you’ve never had gazpacho, or have never made it…now’s a great time to [...]