Today’s Recipe and Location: Yummy Grilled Zucchini
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog
To me, a zucchini looks like a skinny cucumber. It comes from the Italians. Another name for the zucchini is “summer squash.” The plant originated in Central America in the mid B.C.’s. Yikes, this veggie has been around a long time.
As I scanned the internet, I found recipes for zucchini in many forms. They had recipes for: breads, hors de oeuvres, salads, veggie dishes, in pasta, and even quesadillas, and this isn’t even all of them. Who knew it was such a versatile veggie?
Last week Sage discovered a new friend on the back deck. This little guy lives on the deck and catches moths and bugs in the night. He is very personable and the dogs like to check him out. I am so happy that they are not aggressive to him. I’m starting to become attached. I even look for him every time I go outside.
|He is kinda cute in a homely sort of way|
I was just looking through some old pictures, and came upon the graduation party that my friend Donna threw for me for completing my doctorate. Donna is an expert when it comes to hosting a party. She always has the right amount of food, and her home is perfect for a large number of people. She never seems to panic or worry about anything. Every party I have ever attended there, has gone off without a hitch. She is one of the few hostesses that actually enjoys her own parties. I wish I had her skills when it comes to hosting an event. Donna Sue, you are my party role model.