Hi folks! We had a gorgeous share today – again with more beautiful red peppers. Shana put those peppers to use right away:
I saved mine and roasted them today. I know this is not the most exciting, unique thing to do with peppers but they were absolutely sweet and delicious! I use them on toasted bread for a quick bite, on homemade pizza, salads or with tahini for a snack!
Looking for other uses for roasted peppers? Check out this page with 20 ways to use roasted peppers – most don’t even need a recipe! Bob made a shortcut shepherd’s pie tonight using CSA potatoes:
On Sunday’s I like to use my slow cooker while I watch football and this week made a simple beef stew. I saved the leftovers and tonight used the leftover stew, a pound of ground pork from Griggstown Farm and CSA potatoes/chives to make a weeknight shepherd’s pie. It was so good. Possibly the best weeknight meal I’ve had in awhile. It’s always fun to use leftovers in creative ways! If you want to make a shepherd’s pie from scratch, use Alton Brown’s recipe, and also use up your CSA onion/garlic/carrot/chive.
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