By the time I reached the end of this long row, the baby squashes too small to pick had matured or maybe I just missed a few. We’ll have squash cooked several ways this week, my fav being yellow squash, potatoes and onions cooked together, fried down until there are brown bits.
On a Day when I Enjoy the Generosity of a Gardener
Posted by Nell Jean on April 27, 2012
Mother nature gives fairly tough exams-I have flunked more of them than I care to admit to. -- Deborah Silver
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