Saturday we worked all day – in the garden, in the shop, doing things around the house. It was non-stop. Saturday night I told Vince . . tomorrow, let’s just sit – watch movies or knit . . no work! He agreed that was a good idea but it didn’t happen.
I got up and decided to make zucchini bread. I’m try to do something every day to make it special – a little celebration of sorts. I don’t want to be in a rut or have boring foods every day. We’re starting to run out of some things and having to make do. We won’t be hungry, at least not in the short term, but we may have some strange meals. So, anything really yummy is appreciated.
I told Vince . . I think I’ll make zucchini bread. He said “We have zucchini?” because he knows we hardly have any fresh veggies. I told him . . during the summer when we have so much zucchini, I shred it, put 2 cups in a bag, vacuum seal it and freeze it so we have it when we need it. He had no idea I do that and I think he was happy to know it.
This Zucchini Bread recipe is the one I’ve used for years. It makes two fairly big loaves. I will freeze one and we’ll eat one within the next few days.
I was lucky to have all the ingredients needed.
We had a slice last night for our dessert.
About the only thing we didn’t do yesterday was sit and watch movies or knit! That’s ok. We stay busy and that gives us a sense of accomplishment and takes our minds off the troubles of the world.