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Rainy Day Double Buckets

05 Jun

The good news: it feels like summer at last with lots of fresh fruits & veggies filling the fridge.  The bad news: it’s raining, so instead of all that gorgeous produce, my body’s craving comfort food like … soup.  I love how random ingredients easily transform into just what we want, like Spicy Chicken Corn Chowder.  Hooray for soup.

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Sorry this is blurry.  It was really rainy.  Things you can see (clockwise from top):

Top Bucket:  Corn husks & slimy, old watermelon (Note to self: we don’t eat giant quantities of watermelon.  Stop buying whole melons!)

Bottom Bucket:

  • Red pepper core & slice
  • A random leaf
  • Barely visible onion skins
  • Carrot scrapings
  • Half of a fingerling potato nestled in the scrapings
  • Watermelon rind (towards the middle)
  • Lots of black papaya seeds and papaya skin
  • Two pieces extremely yucky looking partially frozen banana
  • Banana peel

What you can’t see in the bottom bucket:

  • More papaya peel. Or is it skin? Or rind? Whatever it is there is lots of it underneath.

What I made with all of that:

  • Papaya & lime for breakfast
  • Watermelon to go with grilled cheese sandwiches
  • Spicy Chicken Corn Chowder which used everything in the bucket but the fruit …
 
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Posted by on June 5, 2013 in The Daily Bucket

 

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