One house, Two people, Five Rabbits! (Oh - and a cat.)
Oh.Muh.Gorsh.I was LITERALLY not five seconds ago looking up zucchini recipes. My husband brought home a zucchini the size of a bread loaf and I had no idea what to do with it. I cut off a nice chunk, gave some to bunnies for a treat, then cut another chunk into strips, gave them a super quick stir fry in garlic powder and a bit of canola oil, then salt and peppered. Yum. My dang oven is out. I saw a recipe for chocolate zucchini cake that almost made me faint. http://www.marthastewart.com/275750/summer-squash-and-zucchini-recipes/@center/276955/seasonal-produce-recipe-guidehttp://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20509747,00.htmlI think tomorrow, I will slice and dice a chunk of it (seriously, it is HUGE) and have a nice, light pasta with marinara and zucchini. Chico and Zucchini! A perfect HOR combo!
http://pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=zucchiniYou are killing me, Pinterest.
@ that pinterest - HOLY SMOKE!I better plant more next year!
see now I'm hungry with all this food talk,you two are killing me with this food talk... :)And there is our Chico handsome as ever!xx Rachel
I got a giggle out of the zucchini posed on the red pillow throne, there!Chico's little mouf is killing me! :)
RG, please do a little out reach work with Brandi. Talk up zucchini some more, anything. She is talking about collecting wild mushrooms.
Crafty green Boyfriends parents just gave us a bag of zucchini from their garden (except we call them courgettes). Chico looks adforable
Chico, you are looking handsome as ever. My grandfather always called zucchinis "zuck-chinnys" for fun. My mom would make zucchini bread and zucchini chocolate cake with them--it was the only way she could get us to eat it.
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