This weekend I had the opportunity to walk through the garden of a dear friend and neighbor. She and her husband keep a large patch on their property, and grow a plethora of fruits and veggies.
Being a new gardner, I am always interested in talking with seasoned growers. Especially gardeners who enjoy sharing their tips.
This weekend I didn't just walk away with advice, but arms heaving with vegetables.
I came home with cucumber, yellow squash, green beans, a bell pepper, and the BIGGEST zucchini I have ever seen.
It weighs in at 3.3 ounces. I've known newborns smaller than this veg.
Earlier in the morning I had been in my small patch and had pulled a cucumber that closely resembled a bowling pin, and two small zucchini. When I put the Big Zucchini next to my mini-zuc's I started humming: one of these things is not like the other, one these things is not quite the same.
Looks like it will be zucchini for dinner, and zucchini bread for dessert.
Thankful... for the abundant gift of friends and neighbors and delicious food.