- Aug 27, 2017
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An American Zucchini is the same as a British Corgette.
Perhaps the difference is that I eat courgette in a number of ways, but always give marrows to my neighbours who like them.
Yes that's right MaryMary but marrows aren't considered old, but being larger and more mature
I like your new avatar! (And the old one, and the one before, and...)
Usually courgettes grow into marrows, but sunlight eventually cures the skin until it's so tough, the courgette can't grow any more.
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