Here we go with another “impossible” recipe. I’m sure the motivation was to challenge home cooks to see if the recipe truly was impossible. Or maybe just being ironic. Was that a thing back then? Also, this lady must have grown or really loved zucchini, because there are countless preparations for it! In this case, … Continue reading →
This particular card was wrapped in plastic, so I can assume it was well loved and used. At the very top left corner, just underneath the oven temp, our homemaker wrote something on the plastic, and now I cannot decipher what she wrote. If you can guess, please let us know. The “impossible” dishes arose … Continue reading →
Have we gotten away from things like vegetable pies for a reason? My cousin recently showed me the tomato pie his wife makes with fresh grown tomatoes, and then I saw this recipe for zucchini pie. Both are lovely and different ways to prepare a side dish, or even for a light luncheon. I wonder … Continue reading →
Zucchini and pancakes are not two words that work together in my mind, and the concept of a sweet, syrupy mass of shredded zucchini is just not very appealing to me. Luckily, these zucchini pancakes appear to be of the savory variety, more like a latke or other veggie cake.
There isn’t much better to do with your extra zucchinis than make zucchini bread. It is a delicious treat and a good way to get veggies into your kids. I prefer the zucchini very finely shredded so there are not big hunks. I find it interesting that this recipe is identified as “mine” and “my … Continue reading →