When my husband and I bought our first house, one of the first things we did was remove a large portion of the backyard lawn – to make room for a garden. In our exuberance, we planted 7 hills of zucchini. As the garden grew, we began to realize that we were being over-taken by [Continue Reading …]
Moist, decadent, almost brownie-like.
Come the end of summer, there is the annual question – What to do with the zucchini that seems to be never ending. At times it seems that a single squash plant well fed, watered and cared for could feed the entire continent of Africa in one summer. If only my money tree was so [Continue Reading …]