image All the ingredients for sun-dried tomato pesto

Here are the main ingredients of my sun-dried tomato and basil pesto. I made another batch on Feb. 15, 2016, and took this shot at our home in Naples, Fla. We got the recipe nearly two decades ago while taking some classes at the Disney Institute. The Institute has evolved as a training center and was closed in 2003 for expansion of a Disney Vacation Club property and it had already lost space when a part of it was used to construct Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa.

Here are the main ingredients of my sun-dried tomato and basil pesto (basil, walnuts, parmesan cheese, garlic and extra virgin olive oil). I made another batch on Feb. 15, 2016, and took this shot at our home in Naples, Fla. We got the recipe nearly two decades ago while taking some classes at the Disney Institute. The Institute has evolved as a training center and was closed in 2003 for expansion of a Disney Vacation Club property and it had already lost space when a part of it was used to construct Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa. You can find the full recipe below in the comments section.

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One comment

  1. You can also make a yummy pesto sans cheese by adding a Tbsp. or 2 of fresh squeezed lemon juice for those can’t do dairy. I like it just as well, but understand hard-core purists prefer the original. 😃
    The sun-dried tomatoes in this one are brilliant!

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