Sunday, January 30, 2011

Cover up Teddy

Little Jo does not like a naked bear. His loins were wrapped and the fabric secured with bulldog clips.


Yes, the weight is correct. Sister presented us with this from her garden. R used about an eighth of it tonight in a zucchini slice. It was ok but clearly we can't eat all of it. It is almost three and a half kilos or seven and a half pounds.

6 comments:

  1. Zucchini soup, zucchini frittata, grated zucchini added to spaghetti sauce, meatloaf or homemade hamburgers. The last three can be made before the zucchini goes soft and mouldy, then frozen for later meals.

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  2. Zucchini are so rewarding to grow.
    River forgot 'zucchini in lasagne layers'.

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  3. grate it, squeeze the liquid and and stick it in freezer bags to add to mince or soup later.

    Love the bulldog clips holding the teddy's nappy lol

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  4. ooh make zucchini & feta fritters, they're delish.

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  5. Hi Andrew,
    That is one big zucchini, and no chemicals. Home-grown is best. I do a rice thing with zucchini, diced chicken breast, s&p, tomato, in the frypan with rice and chicken stock. My own version of "risotto". Teddy is cute.

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  6. Thanks River. It bulks dishes out a bit I think.

    Lasagne Ann. We did have it in a zucchini slice.

    Beet, I could use the new food processor for that. Fun.

    New slant, with fetta Fen.

    Ah yeah BFG. Another good one.

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