Nick’s been throwing out “hilarious” titles for tonight’s post….”Eyes for Pork,” “Pork for Bugs [Bunny],” “I see pork”….you get the gist. I think I just heard “Porkvision”…now you know why I write these posts. (For a good time, you can read a few more titles at the bottom…let me know which your favorite is.)
Anyways, I can’t think of a clever title tonight, but I can tell you I was really surprised how good the carrot pesto turned out. I actually made it about a week ago, but we only just ate it tonight. Super easy and a sweeter alternative to traditional pesto.
- 2-3 large carrots, peeled and cut into chunks for a food processor
- 4-6 cloves of garlic, depending on your preference
- 1/4 cup walnuts
- olive oil
- sea salt to taste
Blend carrots, garlic, and walnuts in a food processor. Add olive oil slowly until consistency becomes like a paste. Add sea salt to taste.
I sauteed the pesto with fresh Italian sausage from Grateful Growers, and we had roasted cauliflower & brussel sprouts as a side.
Yep, that’s my entire portion. On a salad plate. I’m on my best behavior.
More of Nick’s titles:
“You don’t need glasses to see this pork”
“The other white meat that’s easy to see”
“Pesto and carrots, this pork’s not for parrots”
“Pesto and pork that helps me see my fork”
“Ain’t nothin’ funny about this pesto for bunnies”