There's a stack of zucchini on the kitchen counter that needs pretty immediate attention, so I suppose that's what I'll take care of today. Not going to can it. Just slice it, put it on waxed paper-lined trays and freeze until firm, then bag.
Glenn's son, Kenneth, has brought "bounty" from his garden the last 4 nights and we're nearly covered up in yellow squash, zucchini, romaine, cabbage and green tomatoes. One day he brought 4 big grocery bags full and last night he appeared with a huge cardboard box that was filled to the top.
We've eaten all of the above until we're, um, "clean clear through," if you get what I mean and the rest will have to hit the freezer while we recover.
Although, the fried green tomatoes the last few times turned out just toooooo good, I will make an exception with those and fix them again tonight.