This year I decided that I'm a huge fan of Zucchini. Go Zucchini!!!
Sure I've grown it in the past but just a plant or two in the corner of one of my beds. This year, thanks to a mix up with my seed order, I had a lot more room in my garden. Usually I'll reserve a lot of space for a bunch of crook neck squash but somehow I forgot to order it and so I decided, why not grow a bunch of Zucchini instead? And looking back, I really glad I did.
I've noticed that when I have a surplus of a certain vegetable I tend to try new recipes instead of making the same old dishes. In my house, we usually grill Zucchini with onions and serve it as a side for London Broil. Nice, not thrilling, but nice. But this year the vegetable drawer was loaded with Zucchini so it was time to experiment.
My favorite new dish was Zucchini Frittata. So light and fluffy and tasty. Not really sure what the difference between a quiche and a frittata is, but I am sure that they're both delicious. And I plan on leaving plenty of room for Zucchini in next years garden too. Sorry crook neck squash, Go Zucchini!!!