The Daily Telegraph
Celebrating the season of mists – and marrows
SIR – There are more than 100 allotments in our village, and at this time of the year they produce a glut of marrows. My wife picked one up for nothing in the local library.
I like to cut them into thick slices, which I peel, and then push out the middle seeds. After roasting, I cover the marrow with chilli mince and add baby new potatoes.