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#1 Jul 15, 2012
No thanks lynne I am trying to give mine away . I have made more Zucchini bread than I care to remeber and still have more growing
America Gentleman Samuel

New Haven, CT

#2 Jul 15, 2012
Hi Lynne
If you have extra Zucchini or anything else, I be grateful if you bring them over. Have a good day.

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#3 Jul 15, 2012
AVA_AVA_AVA wrote:
No thanks lynne I am trying to give mine away . I have made more Zucchini bread than I care to remeber and still have more growing
Nice. Lynne posts how well her zucchini's are doing and your reply is so what. I have so many that I don't know what to do with them. You are a class act.

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#4 Jul 16, 2012
Jackelope wrote:
<quoted text>Nice. Lynne posts how well her zucchini's are doing and your reply is so what. I have so many that I don't know what to do with them. You are a class act.
I guess you have never grown Zucchini.I am sure Lynne understands what I mean as zuccini is so prolific when the season starts and if you grow it it gets to the point that you wish to find people to give it to.I have complimented Lynne's garden.I Never said so what, that is in your twisted mind. Have a nice day.Don't be a hater life is too short!

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#5 Jul 16, 2012
Ava's right, Jack. I knew what she meant. At a certain point in the season, you can't give the stuff away! I am going to bring some to Sam, and I just found a recipe for chocolate zucchini bread so I'll be making some, and probably freezing some as well. I've already picked and either given away or cooked about 30 zucchinis, and most of them have been as long as my forearm! It's amazing how these buggers grow! I've got 3 bags of chopped zukes in the freezer already.
BPT

Marlborough, CT

#6 Jul 16, 2012
your garden looks great this season lynne.
i have the same poblem with cukes. can't pickle, eat or give them away fast enough.
recipe

Naugatuck, CT

#8 Jul 16, 2012
linguine with zucchini and tomatoes

1/3 cup butter or margarine
1/3 cup onion, chopped
1 green pepper, seeded and cut into strips
4 ounces linguine, cooked and drained
2 to 3 cups sliced zucchini
4 medium tomatoes, peeled, seeded and cut into strips
1/4 cup parsley, chopped
1/2 cup shredded Gruyere or other Swiss cheese
1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese

Melt butter in skillet and saute onion for about 5 minutes. Add green pepper and cook a few minutes more. Combine with remaining ingredients
reserving a few tablespoons Parmesan cheese for top. Place in buttered 2 quart casserole and top with Parmesan . Bake covered at 350 degree for 30 to 40 minutes , or until cheese is bubbling. DO not .overcook
America Gentleman Samuel

Salem, CT

#9 Jul 16, 2012
LynneB wrote:
Ava's right, Jack. I knew what she meant. At a certain point in the season, you can't give the stuff away! I am going to bring some to Sam, and I just found a recipe for chocolate zucchini bread so I'll be making some, and probably freezing some as well. I've already picked and either given away or cooked about 30 zucchinis, and most of them have been as long as my forearm! It's amazing how these buggers grow! I've got 3 bags of chopped zukes in the freezer already.
Hi Lynne
I am still waiting for you to bring some of the food over. You are very kind.
America Gentleman Samuel

Salem, CT

#10 Jul 16, 2012
#7 prove that the writer is a Thug and a Bully who got manure for brains.

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#13 Jul 16, 2012
JackeIope wrote:
<quoted text>Nice comeback, shitforbrains. What, did you just wake up, fatboy?
Oh, so that's how you copied my name. A capital "I" looks just like an "l", except when you are quoted, then you can see it. Interesting.

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#14 Jul 16, 2012
JackeIope wrote:
<quoted text>Nice comeback, shitforbrains. What, did you just wake up, fatboy?
And shame on you for your suggestion of what Ava can do with her zucchini.
Who

Stratford, CT

#15 Jul 16, 2012
These Jackelopes are more like Jackarses.

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#17 Jul 16, 2012
JackeIope wrote:
I meant to Say Samuel, not AVA.
No you didn't.

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#19 Jul 16, 2012
Wow indeed.

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#20 Jul 16, 2012
"Who" should think twice before writing such things.
Who

Stratford, CT

#21 Jul 16, 2012
Jackelope wrote:
"Who" should think twice before writing such things.
Obviously the other Jackarse added to what I had posted.

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#22 Jul 16, 2012
recipe wrote:
linguine with zucchini and tomatoes
1/3 cup butter or margarine
1/3 cup onion, chopped
1 green pepper, seeded and cut into strips
4 ounces linguine, cooked and drained
2 to 3 cups sliced zucchini
4 medium tomatoes, peeled, seeded and cut into strips
1/4 cup parsley, chopped
1/2 cup shredded Gruyere or other Swiss cheese
1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Melt butter in skillet and saute onion for about 5 minutes. Add green pepper and cook a few minutes more. Combine with remaining ingredients
reserving a few tablespoons Parmesan cheese for top. Place in buttered 2 quart casserole and top with Parmesan . Bake covered at 350 degree for 30 to 40 minutes , or until cheese is bubbling. DO not .overcook
Awesome!! Thank you for posting this!
America Gentleman Samuel

United States

#23 Jul 16, 2012
#7 prove that the writer is a Thug, Bully and big time A-Hole.
America Gentleman Samuel

United States

#24 Jul 16, 2012
LynneB wrote:
Ava's right, Jack. I knew what she meant. At a certain point in the season, you can't give the stuff away! I am going to bring some to Sam, and I just found a recipe for chocolate zucchini bread so I'll be making some, and probably freezing some as well. I've already picked and either given away or cooked about 30 zucchinis, and most of them have been as long as my forearm! It's amazing how these buggers grow! I've got 3 bags of chopped zukes in the freezer already.
I am still waiting for you to come over.

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#25 Jul 16, 2012
LynneB wrote:
Ava's right, Jack. I knew what she meant. At a certain point in the season, you can't give the stuff away! I am going to bring some to Sam, and I just found a recipe for chocolate zucchini bread so I'll be making some, and probably freezing some as well. I've already picked and either given away or cooked about 30 zucchinis, and most of them have been as long as my forearm! It's amazing how these buggers grow! I've got 3 bags of chopped zukes in the freezer already.
I hear you Lynne , one day the zukes are tiny and the next day huge.This year has really been good for growing.You have a larger garden then I do.Who does all the hard work of weeding?

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