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“Never throw away leftover cooked broccoli again. These are 3 tried-and-true recipes for making the most of your leftover florets – and your family’s grocery budget.”
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It may not be the quickest pizza recipe, but is quite simple. It didn’t take me more than half an hour, I can tell you.
This is what I do when I’m hungry and, either don’t have too much in my fridge but leftovers or my time is not much. I make a pizza, but not from scratch and not with pizza dough but store-bought puff pastry. This time I blanched some broccoli and smashed them a bit to mix them with the first cheese I found (gouda most of the times), seasoned with salt and pepper and poured on the pastry which I had previously put inside of the oven at 200ºC punching with a fork a frame 1 inch away of the edge. And to finish I added some date tomatoes halved and seasoned with olive oil. And in 20 minutes is ready, puffed and golden. Love it!
Eat Good, Feel Good!
Falling leaves signal the beginning of the fall garden clean up season. Fall is a great time to plant trees and shrubs, cut back perennials, remove annuals and get your lawn healthy for next spring. Remember to keep watering. Trees and shrubs that are deprived of water now will be easily stressed in the winter. Below is a handy guide to fall clean up tasks, vegetables to plant, flowers to plant, when and how to start and finally when and how to harvest.