I was going to post a picture of last night’s orange moon but the photos didn’t work out as well as I would have liked – I wasn’t using a tripod and that was a mistake.
So here is something I cooked up earlier! You can’t have too much fresh mint in my opinion! If a recipe says to add mint, I always add probably twice as much as the recipe says – just because I love it!
Courgettes, peas and mint with pasta and parmesan cheese has got to be one of my favourites. This is a recipe from Rose Elliot’s “Little Book of Pasta”.
Where’s the recipe? It sounds gorgeous!
It is in this book http://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=9678770703&searchurl=ds%253D30%2526isbn%253D9780006367031%2526sortby%253D17
Beautiful photos……….what time is dinner, Alastair?? 😀
Thanks – I love my mint – and, of course, if you can use your own courgettes (zucchinis) and peas, even better 🙂
I grow both here…..delicious!! Great post, Alastair!
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