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Friday, December 18, 2009

Friday Night Sew-in and the recipe mystery solved.


Well hasn't the week gone so fast. I can't believe it is the weekend tomorrow. Tonight I will be joining in the Friday Night Sew-in I have a couple of stitchery blocks that I want to get done. So come about 8.00pm I will be settled in my chair and ready for a evening of sewing. Heidi and Bobbi are kindly hosting this.

Now I was able to solve the mystery of the Recipe I posted. Lauren had a friend Chris who lives overseas who was able to decipher it for me. It is a recipe for Zucchini Slice. Nothing exotic at all. I suppose the lady who wrote this out hadn't heard of this but I think everybody has eaten this at some time.
In case you don't have the recipe here it is.

Zucchini Slice.

1. 5 eggs
2. 1 cup grated cheese
3. 5 rashers bacon chopped finely
4. zucchini 370 grams
5. 1/2 cup of olive oil
6. salt and pepper
7. 1 onion finely chopped
8. 1 cup self raising flour

cut bacon and onions into small pieces grate zucchini mix it together and put into a buttered dish and cook for 180 degrees for 40 minutes.

Thank you to Lauren and Chris for this. A six month mystery has been solved. I will now give the recipe to David with a English translation and he can put it in his cookbook.


Simone de Klerk said...

Isn't that lovely, that someone could actually translate that recipe! Blogland is never ending ...
Have fun with your projects (O:

Bobbie Lynn said...

Hi Bev! Oh my gosh. This is the first week that I have been able to go on to my e-mail and thank you so much for your award and kind words. I have seen you have been busy. Happy to see that. I have not blogged in so long. : ( I miss it and miss all my blog friends. I hope to have something posted after the Holidays. Merry Christmas and Best wishes for a beautiful new year to you and your family.

Vickie said...

oh Yes that has been an alltime favourite in my family for awhile it's excellent hot or cold..and over the years I have added different things often like broccoli and corn,
cheers Vickie