[Inspired by "Scribbit."]
The 'week' is a bit wobbly at the moment as I try and get ahead and write posts in advance. So this time the award goes to....
"Jess" from "Diary of a Mom" on this "post" about wisdom. Her wise comment was as follows:-
"my dad gave me a couple of gems ..
~never trust anyone who starts a sentence with “trust me…”
and when i set out on my first real date:
~”put a dime (now a quarter) between your thighs and when it falls out, use it to call home”
ah, good old dad ;)"
If you haven't visited her blog before I would recommend that a good spot to start would be on this post called "What I learned in Maine," but not if you have a fish allergy.
If you too have a glut of courgettes then this might be a useful link:-
From "Simply Recipes."
For the more adventurous you can split the batter into two. Add a teaspoon of toasted cumin seeded and Garam Masala to one half and a tablespoonful of Dijon mustard to the other half, then see which you prefer?
Some snipped Chives stirred into the sour cream or yoghourt is a good addition to consider.
A different way to cut down the salt, if you're so inclined is to put the courgettes in a sieve, layer with cling film and place a weight on top to squeeze out the water. I expect a round house brick would do just as well.
[good luck on finding one of those!]
They can also be cooked on a hot plate if you have one, like pancakes.