Wow! Well done it looks fantastic! =^.^=
It was yummy and there’s till half a marrow left for another meal 🙂
Yes, it was truly scrumptious 🙂
I wanted to say – Hope the Appetit was bon 😉
I know it’s Wordless Wednesday but please, mum, may I have your address that I might join you for what looks a most fine supper indeed. ❤
Wish you lived around the corner, as I’d gladly share supper with you 🙂 But I think you could buy several crates of marrows for the cost of a trans-Atlantic flight.
NO kidding! lol
Yes, I thought “Wow” too. I’ve certainly never seen a marrow that size for sale in a shop.
Is that without fertilizers? It’s huge!
No fertilizers on the allotment. Everything we grow is truly organic, if not sometimes of eccentric shape.
Truly amazing! It proves we don’t need that stuff 🙂
Wow… this is yummy and surely very healthy food… You’re so lucky to have those marrows in your garden.. Truly joyful to prepare this meal especially with your love ones 🙂 Great Share! xoxo
We have a bountiful supply of cucumbers, too. I haven’t forgotten your blog post all about the healthful attributes of those particular vegetables 🙂
That marrow lasted for four meals in the end 🙂
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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