3 hours ago
Friday, August 27, 2010
I know I posted this recipe back in the winter, during a snow storm, but here it is again to remind you to make it when it matters.
When it's miserably hot and humid and you don't want to make a production and heat up the kitchen (though the weather has been much cooler this week for a change).
It's a simple cold pasta sauce, made with fresh cherry tomatoes, capers, garlic, a can of Italian tuna in oil, anchovies & fresh basil. Douse it with extra virgin olive oil and let the flavors meld together on the counter for an hour or so.
Pour the room temperature fresh tomato sauce over hot pasta (yes, you have to boil the water for the pasta), and you have the most delicious summer dinner.
Just a friendly reminder.