This week's pan of 'fridge soup' has all sorts of bits and pieces in it.
I raided the veg drawer of the fridge for any sad looking specimens, and I picked and plucked as I watered the polytunnel, currently a once a week job thank goodness, as all the rain that has fallen on our hillside has trickled down and is keeping the soil just beneath the surface nice and moist.
I also put a quarter of this, the last Courgette sliced and diced into the pot. It's lasted really well. Inside the now slightly tougher skin is a lovely moist, tasty and very edible courgette. I know it is of Marrow size but it is most definitely a Courgette, they all grew so fast last year that even with giving the chickens at least one huge one a day I couldn't keep up with them ;-)
It added a tasty bulk to the pan of soup that was split into a weekend lunch and a lunch or two for Lovely Hubby at work and a pan full sat in the fridge for my lunches all week. So that's the last Courgette started off and there are three Pumpkins still glowing orange at me from the conservatory windowsill.
Today is a No Spend Day