Farmers Market sandwich

For the past week I’ve been helping Engel Farms from Fredericksburg, Texas, sell their produce at farmers markets around Austin. In addition to getting some cash in my pockets, I also get to bring home some lovely produce, including golden zucchini, tomatoes, peaches, blackberries and whatever else is fresh from the farm.

Today I decided the squash and zucchini had a few days left in it, so I cooked it the way my mom always does. With a little olive oil in a pan, you add the sliced squash, zucchini and onion and saute it until you get it to your favorite texture. I like mine a little softer, but golden on each side. Sprinkle salt and pepper to your liking.

I also have some French bread I’m trying to eat by the weekend, so I sliced it up, added a dab of butter to each piece (OK, a huge slather, really) and then toasted it in the toaster oven. When it came out, I added the sauteed veggies, and, presto—what I’ve deemed Farmers Market sandwich was born. It was so delicious I almost forewent peaches and ice cream. (I said almost!)