We have about 5 tomato plants, three robust basil plants, one acorn squash plant, one cucumber plant, and one zucchini plant and they are all producing for us this year. I love it when I can go out and gather a small handful of tomatoes and fresh basil and then turn it into a simple and delicious lunch.
Fresh roma tomatoes, snipped basil still warm, a little mozzarella cubed, sea salt and pepper, oil drizzled plus a scoop of homemade pesto there in the corner to add even more flavor.
I found this zucchini in the garden the other day and plan to shred it and make bread with it. Anyone have a great zucchini bread recipe to share? I have one I plan to use but I always like to find new ones.
Groovy Girl was so amazed by the mammoth size of the zucchini she had to have a comparison photo. Won't that be delicious in some bread!
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