I simply love this dish. We grew up eating it. I have made a few adjustments here or there, but it still reminds me of our house in Michigan. I need to find a scanner or go to a photo place and scan up all these photos I have. They would be fun to share.
This recipe has been in the works for quite sometime now. I was close a few times. The problems I would run into were they would tend to not taste good once they cooled or they would have little to no flavor to begin with.
So, I won these boxes of gluten free cereal. It was an on line contest hosted by Jenny of Creative Cooking Gluten Free. She Made Yabba Dabba Doo Cookies. I thought; "what a great idea. Using cereal as an ingredient and not just a meal or snack." So I thought about it for a while and I came up with Bam Bam Crunch Cookies. To be honest I was not sure if this would work. I hate wasting food. Also my oven has been on the fritz this past week.
We added more dirt. Planted an Heirloom Tomato called a Mr. Stripy. Added green and purple bell peppers. Fond homes for purple and green basil, dill, curly parsley and a marigold.
I sewed seeds for all kinds of leaf lettuce and spinach in the terracotta tower. Then I topped it off with a marigold.
Mom and Craig helped carry and turn dirt.
I put in some zucchini, pumpkins and squash. I wanted to do the Three Sisters planting method this year, but it looks like I will not have enough turned Earth.
That is ok. Every little bit helps.