Two Japanese eggplants and two yellow squash.
I sauteed both together in a little butter and olive oil until they were just tender crisp. I like a sprinkle of salt and parmesan cheese on mine.
I also tried a chicken recipe...Chicken Marsala. I really like it when I order it at Carrabba's, but I tried making it at home a few years ago and it was nothing like what was served at the restaurant.
I wanted to try again. The recipe is on the bottle of Marsala cooking wine that I bought at Kroger. I'm sure real Marsala wine would taste a lot better.
Basically, you saute mushrooms in butter...
Add the Marsala, salt, pepper and parsley.
Saute the chicken breasts. The recipe said to pound them and lightly bread them - but I just sliced them in half to make two thin pieces from each.
Then pour the mushroom combination over the chicken and simmer for a few minutes until the sauce is reduced. I added a teaspoon of chicken base to the sauce as well.
It was okay but not great. I think it might be better without the Marsala...just chicken and mushrooms (and the side of brown rice - not shown).
Now, I have over half a bottle of the Marsala cooking wine left. I will have to look for more recipes that I can use it with.
*** Edited one day later...my husband ate the leftover Chicken Marsala and said "Boy, this is really good". Well, that's a surprise to me. I guess there won't be a problem using up the rest of the bottle, after all!