Went for a 5 hour hike yesterday and got hit with hail, mud and cold temps, and did I mention at least 10 claps of thunder? We did get down safe and sound but there was no way I was going food shopping for dinner nor was I heading out the door to dinner. What’s in the kitchen? what’s in the pantry? Beautiful organic tomatoes , pasta , olive oil and garlic. That’s all you need. Honestly after 5 hours of hiking I didn’t really care about the calories. Delicious comfort food is what we needed. Enjoy!
Actually this pasta shouldn’t only be for the summer b/c you can make it all year, and I do. It just seems to suit the summer best, because it’s so light in it’s taste. It can be made with fresh tomatoes from thegarden, farmstand, supermarket, etc. Oftentimes I use a package of baby plum tomatoes, or the cherry tomatoes; it doesn’t really matter which ones you use. This couldn’t be simpler, and it tastes awesome the next day cold out of the fridge.
4 CLOVES GARLIC (MINCED)
3/4 CUP OLIVE OIL
1 LB. FRESH TOMATOES, OR A PACKAGE OF BABY PLUM TOMATOES, OR A PACKAGE OF CHERRY TOMATOES IN THE NET BAG WORKS JUST FINE. OBVIOUSLY THE FRESH ONES ARE MOST SWEET AND DELICIOUS IN THE SUMMER.
1 PACKAGE OF THIN SPAGHETTI,WHATEVER YOU PREFER
Heat olive oil in large frying pan. When oil is hot, add garlic and then shut…
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