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Is this really a massive courgette?

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applebags Sun 13-Aug-17 18:08:12

DH was given this at work and didn't want to look stupid and ask what it was. Surely not a giant courgette? Banana included in photo for scale.

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ImperialBlether Sun 13-Aug-17 18:09:23

It does look like a huge courgette!

Jojoanna Sun 13-Aug-17 18:09:53

It's a marrow

TroysMammy Sun 13-Aug-17 18:10:43

Courgette. I had a couple that hid and grew and grew and grew until they resembled clubs. I've used them in chutney and called them marrows.

ineedamoreadultieradult Sun 13-Aug-17 18:11:12

Yep I would say marrow. You can cut it into rings scoop out the seeds in the middle and stuff with whatever you fancy and bake in the oven.

applebags Sun 13-Aug-17 18:15:39

Ooh a hung jury. Thanks all - next poster will be the decider!

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FiveGoMadInDorset Sun 13-Aug-17 18:19:32

Giant courgette

ineedamoreadultieradult Sun 13-Aug-17 18:22:58

I have googled and a giant courgette is a marrow they are the same thing.

lovingmatleave Sun 13-Aug-17 18:23:08

Courgette methinks. I have grown them before and managed to get some whoppers.

BeyondThePage Sun 13-Aug-17 18:24:39

marrows are just large courgettes - same plant.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 13-Aug-17 18:29:10

You can make courgette,lime and coconut cake!!!

applebags Sun 13-Aug-17 19:22:19

Woah, never knew they were the same thing - thank you all! I'm thinking veggie lasagne or something along those lines. However...cake is always a good choice grin

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Eminybob Sun 13-Aug-17 19:24:48

Slice in half lengthways, scoop out the middle, fill with bolognaise and top with cheese, bung in oven. Yum.

FurryDogMother Sun 13-Aug-17 19:31:09

Marrow is lovely just peeled, de-seeded and cut into cubes, then either steamed or briefly boiled, served with butter and white pepper. Haven't had it for ages - will get some this week!

ClandestineAdulation Sun 13-Aug-17 19:35:40

Another vote for a marrow!

TroysMammy Sun 13-Aug-17 19:45:51

Marrows are £1 in Lidl.

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