Thursday, June 3, 2010

June's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables

Did you try any new recipes in May's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables?  As you all know, I cooked a ton with rhubarb: cobbler, compote, and a muffin recipe that I'll have to share with you sometime soon as well.  We also enjoyed the zucchini patties and zucchini on our pizza.

June's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables include:

I'm looking at this month's list and already thinking about all the wonderful salads I can be making.  We had taco salad a couple of nights ago and it was fantastic.  So cool and refreshing in the summer.

Also has anyone tried roasting corn?  Wouldn't that make a scrumptious summer salad: some roasted corn, beans, tomatoes, green onion, balsamic vinegar, etc?

We have a tradition of making fruit slushies with blended fruit and honey frozen in the freezer, and then "shaved" off into a bowl.  We've tried watermelon and peaches in the past, but doesn't cantaloupe sound good as well.

I know pineapple was last month, but I'm looking for a good pineapple upside down cake recipe.  A new twist on the old classic.  Anyone have any ideas?

For past months and recipes see:
May's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables
April's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables
March's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables
February's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables
January's Cheapest Fruits and Vegetables

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