Zucchini cudgels like that were always turning up in our garden. By the time they got that big they were practically wooden.I hope you're going to provide some backstory on these two photos.
Uh, yes. I am curious. I found those cudgels (I never knew unless this moment what those ghastly things were called) good for one thing only. ONE THING ONLY. Zucchini bread, haters. zucchini bread
yum, I have a recipe somewhere for zucchini bread that is approved by the American Heart Association- all I need is the zucchini.I'm thinking road trip, I hear these plants produce a superfluous bounty...
Excuse me while I reallign the black beret I'm wearing: Rozanne and Cudgelfreak, there is no back story for you. This is art. Just reflect and think. But I will explain that the photo of that lovely woman with said cudgel in hand is my sweet other half, and the photo was taken last September when the zucchinis were still in high production mode. But Blu, when they're goin this year I will definitely ya'll know!
Zucchini bread is awesome... I also love it in olive oil with basil, summer squash and green and yellow peppers. Yum. I did, however, spend a few hours in my garden yesterday planting flowers and I don't see the draw. Hot and muddy. Ick. It's been hours every day too (pulling ivy off the house and putting down mulch out front). How can you see this as fun?Love the mask... :)
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