Monday, 10 August 2009

On the offensive 1


Courgette and Tomato Gratin (thanks, Marie at The English Kitchen). That managed to reduce the round courgette numbers by 4.

War has been declared.

9 comments:

judy in ky said...

It looks delicious!

rogern said...

that looks lovely.

I know of a willing recipient of your courgettes... hint hint...

rachel said...

Mmmm, well, yes.... like marrows, they tend to taste more of what you put with them than of themselves. Thank goodness for two kinds of cheese and some juicy home grown garlic, sez I. Roger, more are swelling gently down on the allotment; you are welcome to them.

rogern said...

should I just help myself next time I'm down?

You should look at J and L's plot if you think you have a glut :)

elizabethm said...

Yum, we have a courgette glut too, as we always do every year because we never learn. Also a chard glut, too much kale and an incipient bean glut. I can feel a chutney marathon coming on.

elizabethm said...

Yum, we have a courgette glut too, as we always do every year because we never learn. Also a chard glut, too much kale and an incipient bean glut. I can feel a chutney marathon coming on.

BumbleVee said...

how about a Ratatouille? .... look for anything that also says zucchini in the recipes... ......... cuz that's what we call them over here...

I made a great one last year just to try the recipe... you can find the link to it on my food blog... and see my version at this spot

http://teddybearteaparty.blogspot.com/search/label/Ratatouille

Linda said...

I can point at two plants in West Wales and say "Those should be courgettes." !!!!!!!!!

Isabelle said...

My husband's cousin has just arrived with the fruits of her courgette glut, so - thanks for the ideas.

I wonder if I should stop blogging and do some weeding before it rains. Probably.

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