Produce sales at Cooper’s General Store always take a hit in August as the gardeners in town struggle to keep up with the plenty that’s now ready for harvest.
This is especially true of zucchini squash.
With such a mild flavor, zukes lend themselves to being pickled, added to salads, stirred into spaghetti sauce, and made into bread to be toasted in January.
And it seems that no matter how few seeds you plant, you always end up with too many zucchini.
It seems that Wil Bennet and his best friend Dave Muzzy may have found a novel approach to the problem of zucchini.
I hope you stop by tomorrow to find out what it is.
Welcome to Carding, Vermont where life always includes a dash of the unexpected. You can find the little town that no one can seem to find on a map right here in the Carding Chronicles and in the four novels of Carding, Vermont, The Road Unsalted, Thieves of Fire, The Dazzling Uncertainty of Life, and Lights in Water, Dancing.
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