How to Slow Roast Your Own “Sun Dried” Tomatoes

This is another scheduled post, as Eric and I are at the beach with his parents until tonight.  But I’ve been so excited to share these with you that I’m writing the post a week in advance.  We’ve been getting so many tomatoes with our CSA lately.  Some big red ones, and tons of little cherry tomatoes, especially yellow ones.  Eric and I really love sun dried tomatoes, but they can be SO expensive.  I decided that I would try slow roasting some tomatoes to make our own.  It was one of my greatest cooking successes ever!!!!!!

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Colorful Super Stuffed Zucchini Boats

“Vacation all I ever wanted, Vacation, had to get away!”  Fortunately I’m just getting away from life and my love is coming with me (as opposed to the Go-Go’s song which is surprisingly sad lyrics for such a cheerful tune).  Eric and I are on a two week vacation, hooray!  But don’t worry my blog is not on hiatus.  I worked frantically for a week doing triple the posts to schedule them out while I’m hiking, relaxing, and lovingly gazing into Eric’s eyes.  In fact, this week is zucchini week!  Pretty much everyone I know who grows zucchini tries to get rid of it, but I’ll always take as much as I can get.  I’ve got a million different ways I like zucchini (well at least 23) so thought I’d share a bunch with you in case you’re trying to figure out what to make with yours.  We get about 4-5 a week in our CSA, and I like to use medium sized ones to make these stuffed zucchini boats.  When I made zucchini boats before, it was mostly cheese, and I wanted to play around with more flavors and textures this time.

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