Garden Dinner: Broccoli Pizza

The turkeys didn't get all of our broccoli, and one head was starting to open up in the heat. Once it does that, it still tastes good, but it's a little hard to work with. This one was just the right amount to chop up and top a homemade pizza:


Kirk made the sauce today with our own garlic, oregano, and basil, and we topped this pizza with the garden broccoli (chopped small), some scallions, and a bit of goat cheese. Yum!

As you can see, we also had salad on the side. The greens were a little wilty from the intense sun today, but I managed to find some lettuce that wasn't too bitter from the heat (the older ones are all starting to bolt). Also in the mix are some scallions, beet greens, mint, tarragon, radishes, and lovage. Mint and tarragon are great for making a salad taste really fresh and cool, and lovage is the greatest herb of all time. But more on that later.

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