Zucchini Bread

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It’s that time of the year when zucchini are starting to be plentiful in the garden,  this year I didn’t grow my own, instead I’m relying on the farmers markets and farm road side stands.   I use a tried and true recipe from a Hasting County International Plowing Match cookery book from 1986.  These types of books are usually sold as fund raisers for various churches and organizations.

Hastings County International Plowing Match recipe book

I love these types of recipe books as you know that the contributors have made all the recipes many times over, perhaps they are even old family recipes passed down.  I haven’t bought any for ages but I’m sure they are still produced.  I’ve got a few cookery books like this, do you have any?

cookery books at craftygardener.ca

 One of my oldest is one my mum had when I was born.  I still use some of the recipes from this book.

The Art of Home Cooking, a cookery book at craftygardener.ca

This is the recipe I use for my zucchini bread.  I do cut the water down a bit as it is a very moist bread from the zucchini and raisins.

Hastings County International Plowing Match recipe book

Here is a printable recipe if you would like to try this one out.

zucchini bread at craftygardener.ca

Cool, slice, add a bit of butter and enjoy with a cup of tea.

Get creative when there are lots of zucchinis around.

zucchini recipes at craftygardener.ca

Do you have a favourite zucchini recipe that I would love to try?

Here are some that I’ve tried.

zucchini bread |grilled it on the bbq | zucchini omelette| zucchini fritters |zucchini fries| zucchini casserole

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Comments

    • When the zucchini is blended into the recipe, it really doesn’t taste the same as when cooked on its own. Too bad you aren’t closer I’d pop you a bit over so you could try it out. It’s delicious with a cup of tea 🙂
      It’s been hot and muggy here today and quite overcast but no rain so far. I’ve been cooking peas and beans from the garden and making the zucchini loaf from one of the first zucchinis from the farm.
      Have a great weekend.

  1. Myrtle

    That is a great cookebook, the pumpkin loaf as well as the Zucchini loaf sound like they would be good.
    It is a good time of year for lots of freah veggie and fruit.

    I am at my son’s in North Bay now for the week

  2. Hi Linda, perfect time for your zucchini bread recipe. I just picked up some zucchini on Friday. I will be trying your recipe!
    I love church/special events cookbooks! Always wonderful recipes. I too have a number in my cookbook collection.
    Have a good week.

  3. I’m always a little suspicious of recipes like these. Is the surprising vegetable in there because it makes the loaf delicious or is it there because someone once had too many and bunged them in for the sake of doing something.

  4. Weather – I’ve just moved from Dorset where it’s traditionally hot and sunny to Halifax which is renowned for being cooler and wet. Yet we have had a lovely sunny week here in West Yorkshire while in Dorset there have been heavy rains and even storms. A fortunate welcome to a new home. (And with it, a new blog – Loose and Leafy in Halifax – https://looseandleafyinhalifax.blogspot.co.uk/

  5. Hey Linda….
    Looks delish…I make the Parmesan cheese one a lot….the whole family loves it!
    I also add it my veggie lasagna….
    I will see if I have any left on the vine at the cottage…for some unknown reason they were all falling off!?!
    Enjoy your week…
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)
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    • I am originally from England, we operated a green grocers store there for several years. I frequently call them courgettes over here and get some questioning looks. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment. Have a lovely weekend.

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