Garden Hoagie

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I had a lot of free time today and went a wee bit overboard on the photos for this recipe. My garden was looking especially secret garden-like so I wanted to photograph both at the same time. The garden was too overwhelming to really get both in one shot, so I’m posting 2 pics, just for the blog. Can’t you just see frail Colin walking in through the rose covered arch way and taking a bite of the garden hoagie?

Speaking of the sandwich… It’s the cheezy garlic spread that gives this hoagie it’s wonderful taste. These are so easy to throw together and so good! GO TO RECIPE >

Dickon: The animals tell me all their secrets.
Mary: [pointing to the Robin] He wouldn’t tell you my secret, would he?
Dickon: About what, Miss Mary?
Mary: A garden. I’ve stolen a garden. But it may already be dead, I don’t know.
Dickon: I’ll know.
Mary: Promise you won’t tell anyone?
Dickon: Promise.
Mary: No one?
Dickon: Not a soul.

  • jcforeman

    nice recipe. i love it. it is very close to my throw together recipe. i use white vinegar. apple cider sounds better.

  • http://HAPPYHERBIVORE.COM happyherbivore

    beautiful photos!

  • ev

    you don’t do any pre-prep for the eggplant – like the salt/press thing some people do? Maybe it’s not necessary?

  • http://www.myvegancookbook.com/ My Vegan Cookbook

    No I don’t do any prep. I think you could do that if you want to remove some of the bitterness from the eggplant. I like the taste of eggplant and do not find it bitter at all.

  • ev

    Good. I’ve always been a little intimidated about buying eggplant, though I love the taste.

  • Nicole

    The skin of the eggplant is sometimes quite bitter – if you peel it, I find that the flesh inside is never unpleasant.