My parents were blessed with an incredibly fruitful garden this year, and whenever they come up to visit, I find myself struggling to cook through all the summer vegetables. Tomato soup and pico de gallo only go so far, so I’ve been dreaming up new ways to eat tomatoes. And basil. And summer squash, winter squash, peppers, zucchini, etc. So many vegetables! Anyways, I came up with this quick “gazpacho” (I didn’t know what else to call it) that makes a great light lunch.
I’ve recently discovered just how delicious sake is as an ingredient / as a part of my life. When I wanted a quick lunch the other day, a couple minutes of foraging in the backyard yielded enough dandelion greens for a tasty salad with a sake-based “dressing”. Continue reading