Harvest recipe roundup

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Well, it’s that glorious time of year when the leaves finally start changing, and we begin to see the last of our summer veggies in our gardens. If you had a prolific harvest like I did, you might be wondering what to do with all your extra plants. I asked the lovely people at the Food Bloggers Who Love Recipe Round Ups Facebook group, and they sent me a lot of really cool recipes that they made using things they’ve grown! Some of them are gorgeous and simple, letting the produce shine in its own light. And some of them (I’m looking at you, chocolate zucchini waffles) are really creative and yummy looking 🙂


Top row, left to right:

1. Bruschetta from Dinners Dishes and Deserts

2. Roasted pepper and chile focaccia from Karen’s Kitchen Stories

3. Chocolate zucchini waffles from Farm Fresh Feasts

4. Fresh corn salad from Farmer’s Wife Rambles

Middle row, left to right:

5. garden fresh gazpacho from Wine and Glue

6. Fritter fried okra from The Kitchen is my Playground

7. Garden Salsa from Chocolatemoosey

8. Roasted golden tomato soup from All day I dream about food

Bottom row, left to right:

9. Parmesan broiled tomatoes from The Kitchen is my Playground

10. My own nut-free pesto pasta

11. Zucchini corn fritters from Dinners Dishes and Desserts

12. Baked eggplant chip pesto pizza from Farm Fresh Feasts

Did you have a good summer? How did your plants do in the heat? And what’s your favorite thing to make with something you’ve grown?


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4 Responses to Harvest recipe roundup

  1. Thanks so much Sarah for the inclusion! I love your little cartoon =)

  2. Thank you so much for including 2 of my from-the-garden creations! And those chocolate zucchini waffles?? ~ yum.
    Tracey @ The Kitchen is My Playground

  3. Thanks for including my salsa!

  4. That fresh corn salad is calling to me–good thing I’ve got a couple of ears left from the farm share.
    Thanks, Sarah, for including my recipes in your round up–I appreciate new recipes using seasonal ingredients.

    And your cartoon? Delightful!

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