If you don’t know already, I live in Jersey City, NJ. I’m a born and bred Jersey girl, leaving briefly for 4 years to live in North Carolina, while I attended Wake Forest University (go Deacs!). I love New Jersey…. well, it’s a constant love and hate relationship, but I do love it. When the Jersey City Independent (the local news source) asked me to submit a recipe and answer some interview questions, I was more than happy to contribute.
This weekend, I went to the Paulus Hook Farmer’s Market, which is right in my neighborhood. I bought every single zucchini they had… there were yellow and green zucchinis as well as round zucchinis! I can’t wait to spiralize the round ones – stay tuned for a post on that! Check out the “zucchini” drawer in my refrigerator:
Before the summer ended, I wanted to make a corn-based pasta sauce. So, I loaded up on fresh corn, tomatoes, zucchinis, lemons, parsley, and set off to make a delicious corn sauce. Using my favorite healthy creamy sauce ingredient – Chobani – I have created the most summery, light, and savory corn sauce! Definitely slurp worthy…..
The Andouille sausage is smoky and rich, which complements the fresh creaminess of the lemony-corn sauce.
Check out my interview and feature here, at the The Jersey City Independent.