Sunday, 14 September 2008

They Look Good Enough to Eat

A Cook's Garden
They Look Good Enough to Eat

Zucchini and other squash plants bear male and female flowers. A male is held upright on a long, slender stem; a female has a tiny squash at the base. I usually choose the males for cooking, leaving the others to produce fruits, but this time I picked both because the planting would soon be ripped out to make way for a crop of overwintering onions. MORE

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