Although this was not a good year for peppers (reportedly the alternating hot and freezing weather in the spring, the alternating dry spells & heat and flash-flood deluges were not conducive to happy growth), and neither farmer I used to regularly buy peppers from have any this year, I did find some peppers that were locally grown. So in addition to too many tomatoes and some zucchini – and the very final blueberries of the year – red & yellow sweet peppers came home with me and were quickly sautéed into sausage & peppers to freeze for future lunches. The first batch had apple & white wine sausages, the second had spicy Italian sausages. And then a few tablespoon of marinara sauce spooned onto each serving before freezing. Even through the heat index is about 110 today, I will look forward to this nice easy-to -reheat lunch come this fall!
Quote of the month (or week).
Poetry is the synthesis of hyacinths and biscuits. ~ Carl Sandburg