Monday, July 7, 2014

Request - Zucchini Bread and Life

Zucchini Bread
This one
who considers herself
well organized finally found her
 original recipe of Zucchini Bread.
Over 40 years old and have shared online
but cannot find post :(

I will retype and post if this cannot be read.
Instead of using 2 large loaf pans I use 3 small loaf pans
and share.   This is so good and wonder how many hundreds of loaves I have made.
A lot of zucchini is chopped, frozen and used during Winter months.

Pulling boxes of recipes and folders off the high shelf
she is once again reminded of a number of unfinished projects.
She needs to organize recipes and finish putting pictures in boxes
to send her children and more.

My mind reminds me continually  of all I have to do, of unfinished projects
and thinks up new projects to help keep her busy.

I wonder
is this what life is suppose to be like
when you are near the finish line....

6 comments:

Balisha said...

Sounds like a youthful mind to me. Looking ahead to projects and plans.

I think that this is a good project for winter months. I have tried to do this organization many times....even thought of making a book of recipes for everyone. I think that now, that is a pretty big task and maybe I should whittle it down a bit.

Who knew that we would be so busy in later life. Keeping busy is good for the mind...I'm told.
Balisha

Luan said...

Thank you so much. By clicking on it and enlarging I can manage to read the recipe. My husband just brought in more zucchini this morning. I have got to start getting it into the freezer and also giving it away to friends.

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Luan, again this old recipe is so good and hope you enjoy.
I miss my garden and remember the salsa I made - was good with everything.
Balisha, once again, we think a lot alike :)

Tabor said...

I do not know if it is what is SUPPOSED to be like, but it certainly is like this. I have long term projects that I keep postponing...maybe winter!!!

Sharon said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe again. I like zucchini bread but am not wild about the recipe I have used in the past. I think the pineapple may be the key.

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Tabor and Sharon, :)