I really like Ratatouille.
Especially since I watched the movie of the same name, what a cute little rat! Seriously though, I think Ratatouille is French for “go pick everything in the garden and throw it in your slow cooker.” - rough translation. (I don’t speak French).
I like it because it’s so fresh and vibrant. It reminds me of just growing a bunch of veggies in the garden and then eating them all at once in an amazing, delicious dish. What could possibly be better than a traditional French peasant dish? I can’t think of anything.
So I’m going to put the common recipe here, but what I love most about this dish is that you can really use anything you’ve got on hand. You have celery but no zucchini? No problem! Thyme but no oregano? It’s cool; it’ll just have a totally different flavor, but it will still be delicious! It’s vegetarian, but obviously a protein of choice can also be added pretty easily.