I cleaned them and took out the seeds. I sliced them and brushed them with olive oil. I baked them at 350 degrees for about an hour. After they baked I scooped out the pulp and put it in a container in the fridge. Tomorrow I will puree it with cooled broth in the blender and put it into Ball quart jars. These jars can be used in the freezer. I will freeze it until I need it in my lunch. Half a jar fits into my thermos perfectly.
I'm not in to seeds. The chickens love them.
the stray cat that I feed every day and named Betty was interested. We've had so much rain this year. Don't worry, they get to free range outside the fence for a few hours per day to find all those good bug. I just have to watch out for the FOX family and the HAWKS...
The four ducks were busy swimming in their
I'm linking up at Clever Chicks Blog Hop #265 with Kathy. She's the Chicken Chick!