Pioneer Woman at Heart

One Flourishing, Frugal and Fun Family!

One family learning to live off the land, cut back on expenses, and to live a simpler and a more self-sufficient lifestyle.

Adopted Motto

"Eat it up,
Wear it out,
Make it do,
Or go without."
~A Pioneer Sampler, by Barbara Greenwood~

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Squash Patties ~ Talking to the Cucumbers

Last season, due to storms and wind, and rain, we lost our garden.  This year, we are blessed with yellow squash.  YAY!  One of the family's favorites, is a recipe we make using yellow squash - Squash Patties.  By the way, we top these with sour cream.  Absolutely delicious!  We do follow the recipe, but add the sour cream on top.  

You can jazz them up any way you'd like.  Hubby chopped up a jalapeno and added it to a few for himself.

I spent most of yesterday washing up more laundry.  It would appear that someone in the military lives here, ha ha!

I froze my first bag of green beans this season.  Today I'm shredding and freezing zucchini.  

Am I the only one who talks to their garden?  While picking my green beans, I told the cucumbers that the need to grow slowly, and give me a chance to catch up.  I hope they were listening. 


Sandra said...

Oh my word those look divine. I will have to try them.

Liz said...

I just came across that recipe in a magazine! I am glad they were good cause I see lots of them in our future! My beans are just blooming. Cant wait for a big pot full of them!

Unknown said...

I cheer them on regularly :)

Sam I Am...... said...

I have a recipe box on so that was really easy. they look yummy! Thank you!

Susan said...

That recipe has been added to my stash - they look delicious! No, you are definitely not alone. I talk to my plants, my dogs, my cats, you name it. I feel that it helps the vegetables along. I hadn't thought about asking them to slow down, but maybe that's not a bad idea!

EMMA said...

Thanks for sharing yet another great recipe. We tried your teriyaki sauce last night - amazing (I just left out the corn syrup and added a bit more honey).
I talk to my 'cornichions' (pickles) and ask them please all be ready at the same time - makes pickling them easier (usually they don't co-operate and send out a pickle every few days).

Kristina said...

Emma, I'm glad you liked the teriyaki sauce. It's good to know honey works as well in it too.