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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Pasta à la Lovely Daughter

Lovely Daughter is "in the house" for a visit, and she made some Lovely Daughter Pasta for dinner recently. Yum.

This is one of those recipes where the ingredients are "measured" by those most delicate of chef's instruments: smell and taste.

  • Enough of your fav pasta for the number of folks you wanna feed. Lovely Daughter used linguine nests, which seemed just right for this. Cook pasta al dente.
  • One clove of garlic per person served. (OK, I have an amount for this one. :-) Crushed and minced (or use a garlic press, as Lovely Daughter did).
  • Enough olive oil to just cover the crushed garlic in a small bowl.
  • Crushed Oregano, Rosemary, Basil, Parsley, Red Pepper and Kosher Salt to smell/taste. (Add to crushed garlic/olive oil.)
  • One tomato per person, diced, or enough grape tomatoes to go around, cut in halves.

Assembly is obvious.

Serve with your fav veggies and enjoy!

(A little freshly-ground black/green/white/pink pepper could be nice. I used my own lil idiosyncratic mix of three of the four.)