My Childhood Summer Lunch – Peppers and Tomatoes in a skillet | Ручек од детството: Пиперки и патлиџани [♫Leb i Sol – Kumova Slama]

♫Leb i Sol – Kumova Slama♫

I had one lovely childhood filled with excellent music. My father always was in charged of the music in our house, even today. Jazz is his thing. Jazz is always his thing. Soundtracks of epic movies. And Leb i Sol. He loves this Macedonian band. He taught me to listen music while eating, studying, walking… He taught me many things and listening to good music is one of them. Sometimes, I just play this song and so many childhood memories come to me. Sitting in the living room with tv on, my mom on the couch, my dad at the pc, my brother as a little baby and I… I was a special kid. Just observing my family and everything around me. Listening to everyone and everything. Introvert girl. Special one or maybe weirdo. This song will always remind me of my father. My dad says that he reads my blog. Hi dad 🙂My childhood summer lunch - Peppers and tomatoes [♫Leb i Sol - Kumova Slama]

Peppers and tomatoes in a skillet


  • 4 large tomatoes
  • 6-8 green peppers
  • 3-4 garlic cloves
  • evoo
  • salt and pepper

Prep: In a skillet put some evoo. Cut the peppers into chunks and add them to the skillet. On a medium heat fry the peppers with occasional stirring.  When the peppers will be almost cooked and soft, add the tomatoes cut into bite size pieces. Stir and cover with a lid until they are soft. At the end, add the garlic, finely chopped, season with salt and pepper and turn off the heat. Everything should be soft and almost mushy consistency. Cover with a lid and let it cool slightly before serving. We usually serve this with a crusted bread, olives and white cheese.


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