I've been making a lot of lunches fresh from the garden lately. I like to go out late morning and pick a few things to use. On the day, it included several ears of corn, a carrot, a zucchini, several tomatoes and a small bunch of basil.
I cut the kernels off the corn and sliced the rest of the items into similar sized pieces. I have found adding a little chicken sausage to the vegetables gives a huge flavor boost. Everything goes into a large casserole dish. A bit of olive oil, salt and pepper are mixed in, and it goes into the oven at 425 degrees. I pull it out and give it a good stir every 10-15 minutes until the veggies are softened and the sausage starts to brown. At about 40 minutes I add some big chunks of goat cheese here and there and stick it back in for another 5-10 minutes.
When you pull it out, the cheese is melty and soft, giving a creaminess to the dish.
You can't beat food like this - grown with love by my own hands on our own land, freshly picked, then prepared simply and eaten hot... while enjoying a view of the chickens roaming in the sunshine!