by Rachael Bender
This year my garden has exactly one zucchini plant. Multiple tomato plants, four basil, a few dill, and some parsley. But only one zucchini.
However, this zucchini plant has all but taken over almost an entire garden box – spreading itself out into the aisles of the garden, twisting into the tomatoes, and forcing the relocation of two pepper plants. Seriously, it looks like Audrey II from “Little Shop of Horrors”; in fact, every time I water the garden, I can hear it saying, “Feed me, Seymour!”
So I have spent the whole summer looking for new ways to use all my zucchini.
To my welcome surprise, while reading Gail Simmons book, Talking with My Mouth Full, I was drawn to the section where she writes about how, while she was growing up, her mother used zucchinis for everything, instead of more traditional ingredients. Yes! … Read More