Soooo good. I had three big helpings of it, nice and easy to make too. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe.Here is the zucchini casserole in progress.
I also found about two pounds of beans that needed to be picked and decided to make a sort of Greek bean casserole with those since I would have the oven on anyway.
The plums on our tree are proving irresistible to the wasps. E got stung on Monday when he was out playing in the back by the plum tree. He was stung right on the end of his finger. On Wednesday night he was stung on the bridge of his nose right beside his left eye, much of yesterday was spent with a cold pack on his face while we cuddled. Yesterday early afternoon he went to take a bucket of plums to a neighbour and I heard a blood-curdling scream of frustration as he was stung again. It was all just too much for him and he wanted to spend the rest of the day inside. As we were soaking his arm in cool water he said to me that he thinks they must sting him so much because he is so sweet. I smiled at him and he continued that he was so sweet because he eats so much fruit and good stuff. How can you sting such a little sweetheart?? Nasty wasps! When S arrived home from work last night E's side of his face was swollen and his eye was shut. S went to the pharmacist to get him some Benadryl. There are times (though few) when we will resort to using medicine and this was one of them. The sting was so close to his eye that I couldn't really put anything on it, his other stings I put a sliced onion half on right away and they did healed up right away.I decided that I would pick the rest of the plums so that the wasps would get lost and while I was picking the sun was setting over my garden. Pretty, heh? (and there are still some left on the tree Nicola if you want some - I didn't want to pick in the dark in case I grabbed one with a wasp on it)