Jamie’s Zucchini, Corn, and Mushroom concoction

OK I totally made this up one night! And it actually tasted pretty damn good!

Normy and I went on a walk this evening. Our Rec center is closed this week, because they are doing some renovations, so we have had to get creative with our workouts, so tonight we decided to walk and we came across a little community garden on Vassar and Vine (So if you live in Denver check it out)

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It’s called:
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They had so MANY goodies growing in their little garden
Eggplant
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Green Bell Peppers
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Spiders
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My MOST Favorite Tomato EVER San Marzano
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Then my 2nd FAVORITE tomatoes Heirloom Tomatoes
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So there was a very nice man and woman at the Garden and we were talking away to them, and they gave us some goodies to take home, some tomatoes, some peppers, and a zucchini
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So I sliced the tomatoes up and we had them with dinner with a little salt and Pepper
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Then I used the zucchini in the dish I made up
So take 8oz of mushrooms, wash them with a damp rag or paper towel, slice them up
then get you a zucchini and wash it and slice it up too
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Then get you a yellow or red onion and chop it up
Then get a cast iron skillet and preheat it to med heat and add 1/2 a stick of butter and enough olive oil to coat the pan
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Then add the onions and Mushrooms
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dd a little salt and pepper to taste and cook the shrooms and onions on med for about 15-20 minutes until the onions are translucent and the shrooms have a nice color
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Then get you 4 ears of corn on the cob and cut the corn off the cob and add that to the pan
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add more salt and pepper and a little garlic salt and cook corn for 10-12 minutes
Then add the zucchini that you sliced up before
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cook that for like 5-7 minutes. Make sure the zucchini does not get mushy
Then chop up some flat leaf parsley and fresh dill about a tablespoon of each and throw that in
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stir it in a little and turn the burner off
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add a little more pepper and garlic salt
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and there you go…EAT!

 

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One thought on “Jamie’s Zucchini, Corn, and Mushroom concoction

  1. Man this looks good! I have some home made chicken stock in the freezer that has been begging me to make it into a soup and I reckon this would make a great base! Mushies, corn, zucchini and stock, all blended up. Yum yum yum 🙂

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