Quote of the month (or week).
Poetry is the synthesis of hyacinths and biscuits. ~ Carl Sandburg
Tag Archives: yellow heirloom zucchini
Without the CSA this year, I don’t have nearly the abundance of Swiss chard I had last year, but the one little handful of “bright lights”, which is the multi-colored chard – yellow and orange and red and white and green, … Continue reading
I promised to post zucchini fritter recipe. I think you could use most vegetables, but clearly the quantity would have to be adapted as the zucchini quantity shrinks after removing the fluid. I also make a corn fritter recipe, adapted … Continue reading
Yes, it really is a national holiday! August 8: Sneak a zucchini onto your neighbor’s porch! Based on the time of year in PA when zucchini have prolifically produced to the point where no one needs anymore, and the only … Continue reading