Growing great squash can be challenging if you live in an area where pests are a problem. This season, I’ve encountered a few of the most common squash pests and share my stories!
Think you have too much zucchini? Are you sending more veggie scraps to the compost pile than to the table? There are lots of vegetables that are hard to preserve (i.e. eggplant, zucchini) or parts that we don’t normally eat (i.e. Swiss chard stems, broccoli and cauliflower stems) but still have nutritional value. Turn them […]
Zucchini is in abundance at this time of year, especially in my parents’ garden. We don’t grow any since we have a small backyard garden, but we get plenty from them.
With blueberries and zucchini in full swing now, this quick bread recipe is a sure crowd pleaser!
One of the benefits of growing squash or zucchini in your garden is the opportunity to fry up some fresh, delicious blossoms. Since the flowers are so delicate it is rare to find them available at your local grocery store so these are a the tasty treats that the home gardener get to enjoy. We […]
Have a plethora of zucchini from your garden and looking for some new recipes to try? Zucchini Mock Crab Cakes are so tasty and easy to make. They freeze well and can even be made in the middle of winter using frozen shredded zucchini you preserved from your garden in the summer!