Food: Garden Goddess Brew

Garden Goddess Brew

  • A whole Zucchini
  • A whole Squash
  • A whole stalk of Swiss Char
  • Some Arugula
  • A can of organic Garbanzo Beans
  • A can of Sweet Corn
  • A can of Wax and Green Beans
  • Half a Sweet Onion
  • A small yellow onion, greens and all
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme
  • Dill
  • Crushed Mint
  • Parsley
  • Sea Salt
  • Two cans of whole Tomatoes and a can of Tomato sauce
  • Water

I call this my Garden Goddess Brew (sorry for the dark photo) mainly because I made this for Midsummer. It’s my first recipe and the first time I really made dinner. It’s completely vegan, though not for the principle of being vegan. I listed everything I put in there but any vegetables will do and of course you can adjust the herbs to what you like. It’s a great way to use vegetables that are getting to the point that if they aren’t used soon, they’ll go bad and for cans of vegetables that just seemed to never get picked to add to dinner. I loved the stew, my parents loved it, and those who tried it when I brought some to the Midsummer ritual I went to this last Friday loved it too. It was hearty and filling and the best side was two slices of 12 Grain bread to sop up the broth.

About rosesrocksandredfoxes

This is my blog as an Eclectic Pagan. I found the path in 2009. I love to learn, read, explore, and create. I'm a college student right now and I'm always looking for more ways to 'be green' and connect more with the God/Goddess. I'm using this almost as my publicly viewed book of shadows. Enjoy!
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