Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Another good one....

....for summertime enjoyment is this one -

Instructions for this Pasta With Pesto are not difficult.

8 oz. dry pasta (I used Ancient Harvest gluten-free elbows).
2 cups broccoli florets
Prepared pesto, homemade or your favorite store brand
Grated Parmiagano/Romano cheese

Cook pasta as directed on package, adding broccoli florets to pan during last two minutes of cooking time.  Drain, then place in serving bowl.  Add pesto and toss gently.  Then add cheese, and toss again. Good at room temperature.  Be sure to refrigerate leftovers!

Speaking of baseball, :-), the All-Star Game is scheduled for tonight in Cincinnati!  Will you be watching?


  1. That does sound and look delicious! Thanks for the recipe, Sister! I don't suppose we'll be watching that game, unless my hubby decides that's what he want to do. You might remember, WAY back in our childhood days, that Daddy would go to the Kerley's to watch that game since we didn't have a TV. The Kerleys also had an air conditioning unit, and I thought that they must be really rich! Have a terrific Tuesday, and try to stay cool and dry! Love you!

  2. Nellie, I love pasta with veggies. So that sounds good. I just read Glenda's comment about your dad...wish we had our dads back. I used to watch baseball with my dad , he explained lots to me about the game. Sure do miss him. Blessings to you, xoxo,Susie

  3. I make my own pesto and broccoli is one of my favorite veggie. This sounds simple and yummy.
    Thanks for sharing.ugs,

  4. I want to make some pasta with broccoli and tomato sauce, but Willy Dunne Wooters won't eat food that has vegetables mixes in. The veggies have to be separate.


  5. I could go for a bowl, or two of that!