I was recently interviewed by Foody Direct as part of their Expert Interview program. Here is the interview….. And one of my favorite Zucchini Recipes. (It was summer when we did the interview.)
We all know I like stuffing vegetables – zucchinis and tomatoes in summer; peppers and winter squashes in autumn.
This acorn squash stuffing has a hint of … Continue reading.....
You all know I have an abundance of winter squash.
I’m always happy when I find a new recipe…. My winter squash inventiveness is dwindling.
I saw a stuffed acorn squash on Lake Lure Cottage Kitchen that looked like it belonged on my table..
Hers had maple syrup and pecans and kale….. all things easier to find in the US … Continue reading.....
We’re still having beautiful, sunny, dry days but the nights have been cool enough to use the oven.
Which is good as we have a lot of acorn, butternut and spaghetti squashes to eat.
I didn’t grow up eating squash – either winter or summer. My mother was not an adventurous cook or eater. Our vegetables were green beans, peas, … Continue reading.....
The last few acorn squash that formed were small, about the size of a baseball.
Unlike zucchini, which can be picked and used very young, winter squash have to stay on the vine until fully ripe.
Unlike zucchini, they don't keep on growing until they're monsters.
The little ones were so cute – I just couldn't help stuffing them.
They … Continue reading.....
As long as I an in the US, visiting family and having a wee holiday, I thought I would entertain you by reprinting:
The Saga of the Titre de Sejour, French Paperwork in 4-parts
Part IV April 10, 2006
Back to the Carte de Sejour:
We now have the coveted visa so we confidently submit our file, once again in … Continue reading.....