Pork, Green Beans, and Summer Squash

Last night Wolf outshone himself with dinner. Ok, I had a hand in it myself so I guess that means *we* outshone ourselves with dinner.

First there were pork kabobs from Gitch’s Funny Farm, then there as a summer squash Wolf sliced the long way and grilled then topped with goat cheese, and lastly there was green beans cooked in butter and garlic with some scallions and kale then cooked for a minute in some white wine and topped with some Parmesan cheese. Originally Wolf started making the green bean dish but then I took over when he realized he needed to be at the grill. It was me who got all creative with the wine, scallions, and Parmesan cheese.

Here’s the breakdown

Local

  • Pork
  • Green beans
  • Kale
  • Garlic
  • Summer squash

Store

  • Goat Cheese
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Butter
  • Wine
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3 Responses to Pork, Green Beans, and Summer Squash

  1. Mmm, you are making me hungry….

    Notice that you guys eat a lot of goat cheese, but you buy it from the store…. A good local source is Heart Song Farm in Gilmanton. (Certified goat dairy) http://heartsongfarmnh.com

    Val was the booth next to us at Canterbury and her cheese is very yummy!

  2. Howling Hill says:

    Glenn told us about Heart Song Farm. Getting to Canterbury is the problem though. It’s totally out of Wolf’s way on his way home. I’ll ask him to stop by today to see what else is there. I know he’ll be bummed to miss you and Glenn.

  3. She’s at Concord FM if you are ever in Capital City on Saturdays :)

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