A bit of a cheat since I’m British but, since lots of you are American and know this veg as Zucchini, I thought I could get away with it as the end to my AtoZ.
I’d have used it for C but didn’t have any in the house. I go through phases of eating courgettes/zucchini. It’s a veg I love growing but the early stages struggle with the slugs and snails as they love the plants as much as I love the veg.
On the years my veg plot’s busy I like to grow yellow and green zucchini and enjoy the different colours on the plate. I’ve found myself grating it more in recent years as zucchini cake’s delicious. It’s such a versatile veg. I used to confuse it for little Marrows but, apparently, it’s quite different. I’m sure you’ll let me know more about that.
Well, that’s all for this year. I know I’ve had more viewers than commenters and that’s fine. I hope you’ve enjoyed the sketches. I’m sure I’ll be doing more again next year. Although I’ve struggled to visit others with my poorly computer and broadband I’ve had a great time sketching and HUGE thanks to those who’ve carried on visiting here and liking and commenting knowing I couldn’t return the favour immediately.
My 2016 AtoZ Blogging Challenge was mostly all about sketching vegetables.
I look forward to seeing you back here next year though, once again, I’ll try not to leave it that many months before posting again. We’ll see.
TaTa for now.
I did my post on zucchini too! I shared my recipe for my favourite gluten free Zucchini cake, though the kids still prefer to call it courgette cake. Zucchini sounds much more exotic.
They will always be courgettes to me. Hey we got here, YAY! Now I can peruse with my slow broadband and work out how I get it to go a little faster.. Well done for getting to Z. I’m assuming there were lots of zucchini posts out there.
I’ve only seen our posts on zucchini. Congrats to you too for reaching the end of the challenge. Look forward to more of your posts in the future. Good luck with the broadband too!
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