Aug 9, 2012

Zucchini and Sudberry

Shred a large zucchini (about 4 cups), salt, and put in colander

In a large bowl mix the following -
4 beaten eggs
1 cup Bisquick (light is fine)
3/4 to 1 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 cup (I use 1/4) vegetable oil
1 tsp. Oregano
After a half hour, squeeze the liquid from the shredded zucchini and measure three cups, add to bowl and stir to blend.  Pour into a sprayed 9 x 13 glass dish and bake at 350 for about 40 minutes.  It can be cut into squares or sticks and is also good cold.  I'm not a fan of Oregano but it is fabulous with these ingredients and makes this dish.

Now for  Sudberry House.  I showed this box a while back and haven't found any information at all.  Obviously, they aren't made anymore.  I found a photo of the small box like this but it is also unavailable.  I believe it was Sudberry since that's what was offered in my old shop.  The tray is still wrapped, includes the glass, and has a price of $33 on it, now it's much more and is only available with applied brass handles in this size.  It is labeled "petite" but is considered "medium" now.   I like this old style because it has wood outlining the stitchery as part of the tray itself.  The new ones look like frame molding with handles and the stitchery ends into the sides.  The heart is 8" wide, 7" top to bottom, and 2" inside depth.  The tray is 12 1/2" x 9 1/2" with a 7"x10" frame opening.  Both pieces have screws to dissemble and install your needlework. 

  They are heavy and shipping won't be cheap. I may take offers through my email  instead of Ebay, and will let you know when. 
Before I'm done - some notes on the prior post.  Thanks for the comments and your help!  I don't like to use interfacing when mounting.  I only did that because this $&#@ linen is wonky and I had a heck of a time straightening it.  Using the fusible is tricky and I only presssed/adhered two corners from the back, turned it right side up to made sure it was perfectly straight, then pressed from the front to adhere so I could see it.  I used to use acid free artist's masking tape on mat board when I worked at the gallery, which was their method.  I find it easier to use pins now and will purchase the stainless steel flat heads and leave them in.  I have never done lacing well.  NEVER!!  Not even acceptable let alone well.  Especially when the linen is this stretchy!  I also like to use a darker mat board beneath which really hides the threads, but my linen was too sheer.  The darker mat changed the appearance of the linen's color and I still saw the black and rust threads.  With a nice tight weave, the neutral (gray or tan) mat is a perfect solution.  If I find any more of this linen, it will be used with a muslin lining for ornaments!  Or a nice blaze.  So thank you again for your suggestions and tips to all of us still learning.
And Sherry I don't know why you are being thrown into Spam!!  I have to move you into the comments every time!  There isn't anything I can do to change that since Blogger makes that determination.  Sorry!! 
While throwing out more patterns and papers (BIG fire yesterday), I found a local map.  Even though the B**** in my GPS sends me in the wrong direction, I won't be needing it so I used it to line the offered boxes.  And I still know where they are!!!

Hope you're having a great day.  Thanks for stopping by!



cucki said...

Yummy recipe thank you for sharing..
Lovely heart shape box..
Have a lovely day xxx

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Marly, mm mm good, thanks for sharing,Blessings Francine.

Patty C. said...

mmmmm - I like the heart shaped box.

Margaret said...

The recipe looks yummy! I've had Sherry end up in spam comments too. lol!

Vickie said...

What a cool lining for the boxes Marly.

TheCrankyCrow said...

What a clever idea Marly....If you keep playing with those boxes every day, you're not likely to lose them (at least they won't have gone too far...) ;o) Thanks for the Z recipe!! Another on the gotta try list....(I mean what's not to love about eggs and cheese???) And, really? Not a fan of oregano??? Yikes - you're only the second person I've ever heard say that. I'm married to the first. Poor him. I love oregano. Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Sherry said...

Hmmm, spam huh? At least I know it is getting through one way or another. I betcha this comment will not show on your blog comments either. Thanks for the recipe and letting me know what Blogger thinks of my comments! lol

Peggy Lee said...

Thanks for the recipe. It sounds really good.
Again I are just too clever with your ideas! I'm messing with boxes right now and I think you have given me an idea.

Anonymous said...

Love the map lining in the box. Looks really cool.

Chris said...

That looks yummy.

Lanie said...

Hi Marly, love that tray ... definitely interested in purchasing it if you would like it to have a new home!

Your zucchini recipe sounds yummy! I make one that's very similar but I don't add Bisquick so I guess mine's a little more like a souffle. No matter the recipe, zucchini is always a summer favorite in our house!

Penny said...

Your recipe is just in time and looks delicious!. I'm planning a trip to the vegetable stand today. :) Love how you lined the box with the old map!

Faye said...

Yummo on the great recipe!! And, nice wood treasures!!

Shirlee said...

That casserole looks oh-so-good!

Carol said...

Oh, that looks really tasty, Marly--and it might just get some green vegetables into me, too!! I wonder if you can freeze it? That is an awfully big pan for just two of us.

I love the idea of lining your boxes with maps--will have to remember that one!

Teresa said...

I just made this recipe last night and we ALL loved it. Thank you so much....I will be passing this one on to friends along with my extra zuchinni I've been giving out.

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