Fresh, Healthy Garden Produce Delivered to Our Table

August 29, 2008 heavenlygardens

I just love it when I can say that everything on our table is organic and from our garden. Today was one of those days.

Most mornings I take a walk around our yard to determine what’s ripe and ready to be picked that day. Then I decide on our meal menus. This morning I filled my basket with an apple, pear, 2 very large carrots, broccoli, and watermelon, as well as green beans, tomatoes, an onion, and garlic. What a great selection!

The apple, pear, carrots, broccoli and watermelon immediately landed in our <a href=”TRISTAR PRODUCTS JLPJ Jack LaLanne Power Juicer – Juice Extractor“>. I put the green beans, tomatoes, onion, and garlic aside for our dinner.

Tonight, I made my now infamous

Green Beans and Tomatos

2 tbsp olive oil
2 cups trimmed green beans
1-2 large Beefmaster tomatoes cut into cubes
1-2 cloves garlic

1. Snip off the tips of the green beans, then cut or break each bean in half.
2. Use the olive oil to coat the pan.
3. Slowly heat the olive oil, then add the green beans.
4. Quickly stir fry the beans to get them started cooking.
5. Add the chopped onions and stir for 2 minutes or until the onions are translucent.
6. Add the cubed tomatoes.
7. Stir in the garlic and continue to sautee until the tomatoes soften and you can pierce the garlic with a fork.

Serve hot as a side dish. Make it a main dish by adding brown or basmatic rice.

To Your Gardening Abundance!



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