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August 8: ‘National Sneak Zucchini on Your Neighbor’s Porch Day’

The other day I was talking to my neighbor, telling him about this interesting holiday, conceived by Pennsylvanian Tom Roy. At first he got a puzzled look on his face, and then he had one of those ‘A-HA!’ moments. He…

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Proud Pepper Mama

’nuff said. (: (: (:

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Why did I plant so much?

I’d like to tell y’all about my day… The day started around 8:30AM, when I got out of bed and took last year’s zucchini bread out of the freezer to enjoy with tea and the Sunday paper. (Good thing I…

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Zucchini Wars

Last year, Bob posted some information about why he was planting his summer squash ‘late’ last year, namely to avoid the dreaded squash vine borer. Well, I’m not that smart (or I just really like to have my zucchini by…

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Pi Day (Part 3)

I know what everyone is thinking – Donna misspelled ‘pi’. She also celebrated Pie Day back in January, so what’s this all about? Well, being an engineer by trade, I, of course, celebrate PI Day. It’s March 14: 3-14. Get…

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National Pie Day (Part 2)

Happy Pie Day!!Nicolas decided he wanted a zucchini pie to celebrate, so I took out previously frozen pie filling. It looks like this: Note that if you are preparing pie filling for freezing, it’s a good rule of thumb to…

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Head’s up, National Pie Day (Part 1)

In the spirit of the ‘eat it’ part of ‘Grow It Eat It’, I feel it would be remiss of me to fail to give you a head’s up that this Sunday, January 23 is officially National Pie Day!!! It…

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