Throw in some green tomatoes, onions, carrots etc.
Finding a large crock may be a challenge these days but it is worth the
Bill who used to do a lot of this stuff till my attention and energy
went to our kids. Perhaps time to get back?
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I'm getting fed up of green beans. My husband will eat them till th
cows come home but I get bored with them. Also what can you do wit
Courgettes. We leave a few to become marrows but there's only so man
you can eat. A good tip for stuffed marrow is, when you have scoope
out the inside, rub the flesh with sea salt and garlic, then soa
overnight before stuffing with savoury mince. Delicious!
doofy;737136 Directbulbs wrote:-
I'm getting fed up of green beans. My husband will eat them till the
cows come home but I get bored with them. -
(Husband looks out the window and thinks "uh oh, here come the cows")
"Honey, where did you put that book on canning?"
i remember when i was a kid helping my mom to freeze some things lik
beans and peas and i didnt remember her blanching them. so take a pee
and see if this site might help ppl that are sick of some of thei
1. Pick the flowers, coat with batter, and deep fry (like tempura or
onion rings). Now, if your flowers have already set fruit it may
be too late to reduce your havest this way. But the flowers do
have a delightful light taste.
2. Enchilladas (haven't tried this specific recipe, but something
along the lines of
3. Zucchini bread (again, this isn't my recipe but it is similar:
4. Soup. Not sure the Courgette are quite as good as winter squash
for this, but clearly it can be done based on:
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