Hopefully this blog will help other people be more self sufficient.
Wow...my courgette plant is only about three inches tall right now!
Super! That's one yummy looking squash. I had to replant my squash...don't know what or if I'll get anything this year...thank goodness for Farmers Markets!
Yeah, I had one get eaten. I have replanted that one and a slow germinating one too but don't know if they will do well in the upcoming heat or not.
Try frying them in butter, with some Thyme... Cook until slightly brown at the edges,
I will. Love thyme so it has to be good!
My squash also didn't make it. Thinking about trying again. In the meantime I purchased some from Local Farmers market and will be having some for dinner tonight. I cook it the same way you, love it.
I think you missed something. My squash did make it and I ate it...?
Becky,Sorry I didn't clarify. I was adding to Lynda's comment that she had to replant hers. I thought I had replied on her comment but must have hit the wrong reply button. But, my comment on how to cook them is related to yours. Sorry for the confusion.
Ok, I knew I was missing something. Sometimes blogger doesn't seem to put comments in order.
I planted mine yesterday. I hope I get a good harvest, but I won't get them for ages. Right now I'm just looking forward to the peas.
It will be faster than you think and I definitely envy you your peas.
Yum! That's my favorite way of cooking yellow squash.
Looks yummy! I can see other smaller ones too. You can use it soon it other recipes too.
Looks gorgeous, nothing like eating something you grew.
We call them Zucchinis in South Australia and yeah you can almost watch them grow :o)
We only call the green ones zucchini and the yellow ones are just yellow squash or summer squash.
Over here our Summer Squash is what you call Button Squash. Sure makes for some headaches following International recipes :o)