Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Turning Tomatoes into Turkey Meatball Parmigiana

Hi, guys! My garden is really starting to yield a lot of herbs and veggies now.  I cannot keep up with the tomatoes! This year the crop has been fabulous.  I have been making a lot of tomato sauces and stewed veggies.


This weekend I decided to use a big batch of tomatoes and turn them into this:

Turkey Meatball Parmigiana 

It was so delicious, and tasted even better since I slowed down and had dinner in my garden with my husband!


Do you have a veggie garden?  If you don't, I highly recommend you try planting an herb garden or a pot of tomatoes next year.  Start small, and I bet you will love having these yummy goodies at your fingertips.  

Have a great day!

9 comments:

Gibby Frogett said...

Oh your tomatoes looked lovely Winnie, I love what you made with them and looks like you enjoyed with a nice glass of wine too.
We didn't grow any this year and really miss them.. French beans are our main crop this year.
I bet your tomato sauce is tasty too.. have a great week..Gill x

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Yum!!! Your tomatoes crop looks stupendous and that Turkey Meatball Parmigiana truly looks mouthwatering. I can't think of a better way to share the fruits of your labor than with your spouse. You table setting looks very romantic too. Blessings!

Mary Johnson said...

Darn that looks fantastic!

Mikaela D'Eigh said...

Yum! Can't think of a better way to beat the heat than to enjoy a quiet dinner in the garden. Looks lovely!

Thanks for the comment on my site! ;)

Anita Houston said...

Oh girl! You need a foody yummy channel! We need smellovision! WOW!

Emily C said...

Your tomatoes look amazing!!! I'm so jealous because I live in an apartment and can't have a garden but you should be so proud!!!

MiamiKel said...

Yummo!! What a beautiful post! And yummy food to boot :) No garden here, sadly - the last one we created, the doggies would swipe all the food off the vines, not sure why ...we saw one running across the yard tossing a tiny watermelon up in the air! LOL!

Dawn's Stamping Garden said...

Winnie - glad you have had such a bountiful tomato crop!!! They look wonderfully yummy, and so does the turkey meatball parmigiana! Your garden did much better than mine...but I will try next year!

Shoregirl said...

There's nothing like the taste of fresh garden produce! Looks like you enjoyed a yummy dinner!

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