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Hopefully you’ll never, ever run into me at the supermarket. Oh, I suppose it would be okay if we encountered each other in the meat department. I could share a few fun and fabchicken那牛肉and/or猪肉recipes. You’d be fairly safe in the dairy section, I’d show you the best yogurt you’ll ever have the pleasure of meeting or tell you how to take simple egg whites and turn them intosomething sensational。如果我们在烘焙过道中碰到彼此，你可能有点伤心，因为我可能会抢走all the toffee bits那but I’d be sure to tell you about aW.onderful dessert ideafor your next dinner party or family get together.
Avoid me at all costs, however, in the produce section. In the summer. When displays are piled high with multi-colored peppers in brilliant shades of red, yellow and orange, sweet, fresh soft yellow tiny-kerneled corn, glistening, glossy, deep purple eggplants, mounds of juicy, fuzzy-skinned, golden Georgia peaches, sweet as sugar, jewel-hued nectarines, slender, tender green beans, sun-kissed cherry and grape tomatoes in lovely shades of red and gold ………….. pretend you don’t know me, just do YOUR produce shopping AFTER I’ve wheeled my overflowing cart to another aisle. You see, I am very likely to ……………….
..................对我爆发w88官方网站的美丽产品感到非常兴奋！？我不能唱............。或者持有曲调.........。或者一个节拍......... ..还有这样的东西。我可能会弥补这些话;真的很傻，关于爱上夏天和/或看到所有华丽农产品的兴奋的东西.....w88官方网站..........哦，这不会是一个漂亮的sightsound. So, like I said, if you see me there in the produce section, pretend you really need something in the farthest corner of the store …
Something you DO want to do however, is try this fabulous summer salad, inspired by a recent trip to the market (I wanted to, but I didn’t sing – I thought you might be watching). Corn, cherry tomatoes and green onions were on super sale. Fresh mozzarella caught my eye and it’s way into my cart. Ourdeck herb garden is prolifically producingat this time of the year. Pasta sounded wonderful. Israeli Couscous and Orzo Pasta Salad evolved. We all loved it and I think you will too!
- ½杯子新鲜蓬蒿finely chopped
- ¼杯子fresh oreganofinely chopped
- zest of 1 lemon
- 2teaspoonsItalian seasoning
- 1teaspoonsea saltW.e love Maldon, more to taste
- 1bunch green葱，切成薄薄的洋葱
- 6.耳朵新鲜玉米**shucked and kernels cut from cobs
- 8.盎司新鲜的马苏里拉drained, if necessary, and cut in bite sized pieces
- 海盐和新近地磨碎的黑胡椒to taste
- 小新鲜的草本叶子if desired, for garnish
Bring a large pot of water to a boil on the stove top. Add a generous measure of salt (about a tablespoon) and return to a boil. Add couscous and orzo, allow water to return to a boil and cook for about 10 minutes or until al dente. Stir frequently while pasta is cooking. Drain well and drizzle with olive oil, just a teaspoon or two to keep the pasta fro sticking together.Stir to coat well to coat and allow to cool.
Combine the ⅓ cup olive oil, garlic, fresh herbs, lemon zest, Italian seasoning, sea salt and freshly ground black pepper in a large bowl.
~ *Israeli couscous is widely available in larger super markets (often in the "kosher" section) or at Middle Eastern markets. Trader Joe's carries it also.
~ **Corn is not cooked in this recipe. It's delicious this way, sweet with a bit of crunch. Just make sure you get fresh corn, kernels should be plump and not too large.