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The posh squash

In early autumn this year we enjoyed the gift that keeps on giving: a prolific crop of zucchinis. For a while there they lurked under leaves all over the garden and had to be picked every day.

While I happily perfected my zucchini soup and my partner did the same with her zucchini tart, we started to run out of ways to use the proliferation of gourds. It was the green veg of choice for many meals and we often had pesto

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