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Great idea for a veggie sneak

August
10

<P>Colleague and foodie extraordinaire Liz Johnson has a great reader-submitted recipe for zucchini pesto on her blog, Small Bites. It looks like a slam dunk for veggie-averse kids — go Montebello mom Daniela Sepulveda! </P><P>I’m going to try it this week and report back. And since we’ve been talking so much about eating cheaply and locally, this could be a hit on both fronts. My local farmer’s market is overflowing with zucchini right now. </P><P>(And I already know the baby will love it — she was the only one to appreciate the fried zucchini “cakes” I made a few weeks ago and devours anything with basil pesto. I guess one out of three isn’t bad!)</P> zucchini.jpg<P>(Poughkeepsie Journal file photo)<P>  

This entry was posted on Sunday, August 10th, 2008 at 10:10 am by Katie Ryan O'Connor. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Category: Stuff I'm reading, toddlers, vegetables, vegetarian, you-pick, zucchini

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