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Summer's end means the end of summer gardening.
I, for one, am not sad to see the heat exit stage right but I do miss picking vegetables and the constant wonder and awe of growing food for your table. As we reach the end of fall harvest, there was a lot of eggplant, zucchini, and tomatoes to be picked, cooked, canned, and then, well, eaten.. So what better way to honor the end of the harvest than four delicious recipes using all those ingredients? If you had any amount of over-abundance, here are some great ideas for you to whip up in your own kitchen.
We weave eggplant, zucchini, and tomatoes throughout these dishes along with some selected herbs and cheeses. Every video takes you step-by-step through these quick or easy-to-make ahead recipes that are perfect for those busy weekday dinners.
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Chef Candace Conley is the chef and owner at The Girl Can Cook!® Cooking Studio & Kitchen where for over 14 years, she has offered recreational cooking classes in Tulsa and now in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma’s historic Rose District. She comes from a long line of talented home cooks and has developed a self-taught culinary style that positions her as the only chef personality and entrepreneur in the Tulsa area to combine entertainment with hands-on teaching. Her mission is simple: teach people how to cook more at home…and enjoy it. She co-hosts the podcast, Not A Single Fork, with her General Manager, Natalia Banjac, where they continue their mission to help home cooks with a humorous and often edgy and explicit approach to food and cooking.