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Zucchinis Gone Wild — 4 Comments

  1. I discovered your blog on google and read some of of your other posts – do you freelance or guest write for other blogs? I have just Rss’d you to my news reader. Keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

    • Thanks! Sorry for the delayed reply, but your comment was caught in my spam folder. Your site definitely has the most information I have ever read on cucumbers! My cukes could use a little help this year with the cold spring we’ve had, so I’ll be checking back on your site in the near future. (Sure – I am always open to writing guest posts!) Thanks for visiting Barbolian Fields!

  2. Blythe,

    This absolutely cracked me up!! I got on the site to decide on our seed garlic but couldn’t resist the long tale of zucchinis gone wild. Wonderful!

    By the way, if you are still looking for a good home for more zukes, we’d be happy to try and sell them at the booth.

    See you soon.

    Lisa

    • Today’s zucchini count: 12 and still going strong! 1 dozen loaves of zucchini bread in the freezer; another dozen given as “gifts” (aka – *please* – take this!); 2 dozen given to the Food Bank; and another zucchini stir fry tonight … I promised a follow-up to this post, and in the meantime, have perfected my 4-loaf batch of zuke bread, which I will share. My motto is, “Zucchinis are not for weenies!” – and let that be a lesson to me!

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