The kitchen is my playground. My parents brought my brother and me up in the land filled with spoons, forks, knives, blenders, mixers (go KitchenAid Stand Mixer), stoves (gas is the only acceptable type), BBQs & more. And, we had to eat everything. I have therefore learned not to waste anything. In order to not waste, I love just making stuff…testing. I know various flavors and what can and can’t, or shouldn’t, go together.
I have some fresh herbs left from a dinner last week that I don’t want to them go bad/waste. What to do with them? Thick pesto-like dip, cheese-free is what I came up with. So, ingredients I pulled from various areas of the kitchen, along with the essential mini-prep food processor:
All quantities are ‘some’ — who really measures? It’s all about taste!
-fresh flat leaf parsley
-1 lemon (ok, measured, but still could be big, could be small)
-garlic — I cheated and used stuff from the jar
-a great Penzey’s spice with lemony-Italian flavors
Blended, sampled, added more stuff, blended, sampled. Good! Now, will get final reviews after it’s been in the fridge for about 24 hours. Plan to serve with chips, tomatoes and/or mushrooms for dipping.