I use this as a salad dressing and as the marinade for a cucumber and tomato salad. Recipe makes approximately a 1/2 cup.
1 T sun-dried tomato paste
1/4 C olive oil
1/2 t white sugar
1 small clove garlic minced/pressed
3 T balsamic vinegar
Pinch of salt and a shake of pepper
Whip into an emulsion. A tablespoon of fresh basil leaves, chopped, is a nice addition. If the balsamic flavor is too strong, add another tablespoon of olive oil.
In order of how much they were loved by my garden bees. Pretty sure borage is bee crack. It will be in my garden every year.
Buy the size whole chicken you need, I usually get a 4-5 lb chicken. In our house this serves four people, but not gonna lie, we also wish we had some more. Also buy your favorite loaf of crusty bread, as this recipe will give you a lot of delicious drippings for dipping. The drippings also go well with carrots and potatoes, if you want to roast a few under or next to the chicken.
2 T sun dried tomato paste
3 T softened butter
2 T Meat/Poultry Seasoning (I use Chef's Secret)
2 T Balsamic Vinegar
Whip It Good.
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Happiness Is: Being domesticated aka spoiling my loved ones, creating new recipes, satisfying my unrelenting curiosity, beautiful pumps, laughing to tears and writing short stories from an off-kilter perspective.
Blessed Because: My partner is creative, interesting and devoted. The frequent forgiveness given to me even when I am clearly undeserving. I, and those I love, have more health and security than most people on this earth. Even when it feels like I have nothing, I actually have more.
Flipping excitedly through the Spring 2016 Baker Creek garden catalog was my first time seeing a Salmon Sunset flower. I adored the dual colors of orange and bright pink creating the pretty peachy landscape. Of all the flowers I started from seed, the Salmon Sunset was the heartiest. All the seeds germinated, as well survived transplant. As a garden novice knows, a plant with a Tolerance for Newbie Gardeners is a plant you reseed for life. I transplanted the 2-3" seedlings outdoors around the time of the last frost.
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