Normally, at this point you would refrigerate it until cool and then put it into a pie crust to bake...but we twist it up...
It's a quick weeknight meal because the filling doesn't have to cool, and then you don't have to bake the pie. How awesome is that? Oh - we cut a baguette into 4 pieces, but the filling is more than enough for that...someone usually takes the rest of it in their lunch the next day.
I realized that it has been a while since I posted about my self-imposed eat what you grow/grow what you eat challenge, mostly because I thought it would be a little boring for my readers to read the same list all through the winter. I also realized that when we are home (not on holidays or visiting family) we eat something from the garden every day without even trying or thinking about it. Jams, pickles, salsa, relish, pizza sauce, spaghetti sauce made with home-canned tomato juice, dilly beans, etc have kept us in good supply. The mainstay though, are the herbs. I put them in almost everything I cook. Plus we use them for tea.
So, the jams are almost all used up now, but I have some berries in the freezer to turn into jam when we run out. We are about halfway through the pickles and tomato juice. We have hardly touched the hot sauce, but only have about 3 jars of salsa left. It will be interesting to see what we have left when we get back around to the new garden season. Some of the herbs I am afraid will run out - specifically the thyme and lemon thyme. Others, I have aplenty - specifically the mint and lemon balm. I will update again near the end of winter.
Linking up with: Creative Friday at Natural Suburbia
Tutorial Thursday at Marigold's Loft even though I am linking up a day late.
What I am eating over at Townsend House a new link up.
Simple Meals Friday at Nourishing Traditions a new to me blog I am excited to have found.