Our last of summer CSA shares have been brimming with tomatoes, eggplants, and onions, and I thought a sicilian caponata would be perfect for this time of year when such produce is still in abundance. Today I’m over at Bethany Douglass’ Cloistered Away sharing the recipe for this flavorful caponata to go along with a simple grilled rosemary chicken. Bethany’s inspiring blog focuses on simple, purposeful living, and she has a gift of being able to capture beauty in the everyday. She has just started a new series “In the Kitchen” to introduce a variety of perspectives on how families connect around food and life in the kitchen. For those of you wondering about some of the behind the scenes of the recipes you find here, I offer a glimpse into our kitchen and how I approach working with my children to prepare meals as part of her new series. I hope you will join me there.
To find the recipes for this caponata and grilled rosemary chicken, and for more on our kitchen life together, visit Bethany’s blog here.