Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Veggie Tuesday

I have been under the weather. I have not been to the doctor for anything for a year until my physical last week. Now I have the most horrible infection, my neck has a huge lump. Needless to say cooking has not been the top of my list since I can't swallow. I guess this is the diet the Dr. ordered. He makes you so sick you can't eat if you wanted too. Almost reminds my of taking the car to the shop and the next day it runs worst than it did before you took it in.
Last night I just reached in the fridge and this is what I pulled out. If you own one of these fun pewter bowls be sure to run hot hot water over before serving something hot, or throw in the freezer for ten minutes before serving something cold. The bowl or dish will hold the temperature for a long time. Roasted red peppers from a jar added a sweetness and extra crunch. The Parmesan cheese tied all the flavors together.
Crookneck, Zucchini, and Roasted Red Pepper Toss

1 crookneck squash
1 zucchini squash
half of a red onion sliced in thin strips
five red peppers from jar
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
olive oil
steak seasoning salt

Heat pan with olive oil add onion cook until soft; add crookneck and zucchini continue cooking until cooked through about four minutes season with stake seasoning salt. Remove peppers from jar, drain and slice into thin strips. Add after squash in completely cooked just to warm. Toss with cheese right before leaving pan.

16 comments:

Mary said...

Oh, Lynette, I hope you'll feel better soon. It's tough to cook and blog when you don't feel well. Hugs...Mary

Debbie said...

Cooking is not fun at all if you are not feeling well. Hope you feel better soon. You did make me laugh when you mentioned taking the car to the shop and it's worse the next day....Been there!!!!!!!!!

Joie de vivre said...

I hope you feel better soon! How do doctor's manage not to be sick all of the time? I used to hate taking my son for his check-ups when he was little and exposing him to all of the doctor's office germs!

teresa said...

I hope you get feeling better soon, feeling sick is NOT fun at all, especially when you want to cook. Take good care of yourself!

The veggies look SO yummy!

Katy ~ said...

Oh, mercy, I hope you are well soon! Now you have me all worried about you!

I could eat that entire bowl by myself; some of my favorite veggies are in there. Big YUM!

the ungourmet said...

I absolutely love zucchini, especially this time of year when the flavor is the freshest. This dish looks simply yummy!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog! Have a great week!

the ungourmet said...

Forgot to say, Get Well Soon! :0)

Linda said...

Not a bad dish for being ill. I hope you feel better soon, my friend.

Denise said...

These look yummy!!!!!

Claudia said...

Hope you feel better soon! You are right - cooking while not up to par is challenging. But look what you managed - a gorgeous dinner, healthy and pretty. Kudos to you and do not push yorself.

Lynda said...

Cooking is such a chore when you don't feel well, but you did a great dish with the squash! I love them fixed this way and it looks so colorful as well!
Hope your better tommorrow!

5 Star Foodie said...

I'm so sorry that you are not feeling well. Hope you will feel better very soon! The veggies look yummy!

Coleen's Recipes said...

I really enjoy this kind of recipe!! I hope you feel better quickly!!!!

Katherine Aucoin said...

You pulled together one terrific dish. It's tough to cook and post to a blog when you feel terrible.

I hope you're feeling much better today!

Tangled Noodle said...

A lovely dish to have put together despite feeling poorly. I hope you are getting better!

sue said...

徵信社,徵信,徵信,徵信社,外遇,尋人,徵信公司,徵信,抓姦,徵信,徵信社,外遇,抓姦,尋人,徵信社,徵信,抓 姦,抓姦,外遇,尋人,徵信公司,徵信,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,外遇,抓姦,尋人,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,外遇,尋人,徵信公司,徵信社,抓姦,徵信,外遇,徵信社,尋人,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信,徵信社,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,外遇,尋人,徵信公司,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,徵信社,徵信,A片,抓姦,A片