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2014 All-Seasons Garden Guide Zucchini Recipe Winners

April 7, 2014

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The 2014 Old Farmer’s Almanac All-Seasons Garden Guide features the best reader-submitted zucchini recipes. The winner is a delicious twist on an old favorite: Zucchini Mock Crab Cakes. Below find links to all of the winning recipes.

2014 All-Seasons Garden Guide Zucchini Recipe Winners
(and how to freeze your extra zucchini!)

With zucchini season around the corner, though, it’s a good time to think about how you’ll save the extra that you’ll inevitably have from your garden (and everyone else’s) for another day. If you end up with more zucchini than you can use at one time, prepare some for freezing.

• Cut the zucchini into ½-inch slices or chunks and blanch in boiling water for 3 minutes.
• Cool and drain until completely dry. If using grated zucchini, quickly dip it in boiling water, then cool and drain.
• To freeze, pack measured amounts of prepared zucchini into plastic containers or freezer bags. If using a container, leave about ½ inch of space at the top. If using freezer bags, squeeze out the excess air before sealing.
• Label, noting the date and how many cups of zucchini are in each container/bag.

2014 All-Seasons Garden Guide Recipe Winners:

First Prize: Zucchini Mock Crab Cake
Peter Scallatino, Dallastown, Pennsylvania

Second Prize: Apple Zucchini Slaw
Barbara Dentoni, Felton, California

Third Prize: Lemon Zucchini Orzo Soup
Jessica Kleinbaum, Plant City, Florida

Honorable Mention: Hasty-Tasty Stuffed Zucchini
Tyrrell Hunter, Brunswick, Maine

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