The view from the street.

And wouldn't it look pretty if I had a bunch of these along the front of the garden?!

These are the Howard German tomatoes. Too cool! They look like peppers. :)

A very small sunflower, but still pretty.

And last but not least, just about the easiest supper anyone can make.

Okay, it might look a bit weird, but it tastes fabulous.

Take one small squash or zucchini, and slice into rounds into a flat bottomed bowl or something similar. If you do this right, the entire squash or zucchini will layer in the bottom of the bowl.

If it's been a dry year, you might need a bit of water in the bottom of the bowl. Odds are, you won't need a thing.

Place in microwave for 1 minute, 30 seconds. Once it is done, remove from microwave, and place thin slices of your favorite cheese on top. (I used garlic cheddar--YUM!) Place back in microwave for about a minute, or until cheese is fully melted.

The cheese should coat the squash almost like a breading.

Let cool just enough so it won't burn your mouth, and eat!

This is also good if you put a little butter on top for the first step, and then sprinkle lots of Parmesan cheese on top for the second step. The Parmesan cheese forms a crust, and it's really tasty that way too.

You can also bake this in the oven, but I'd probably put all the ingredients in a casserole together and forget about the separate steps. I'd say bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes, depending on the cheese.


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