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These Grilled Zucchini Pizza Slices are one of the Top Ten Low-Carb Zucchini Recipes on Kalyn's Kitchen, and this is the perfect way to use those giant zucchini that show up in late summer. You can also slice the zucchini lengthwise if you only have smaller ones. This recipe is low-carb, Keto, low-glycemic, gluten-free, and South Beach Diet friendly. [found on KalynsKitchen.com]

These Grilled Zucchini Pizza Slices are one of the Top Ten Low-Carb Zucchini Recipes on Kalyn's Kitchen, and this is the perfect way to use those giant zucchini that show up in late summer. You can also slice the zucchini lengthwise if you only have small

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ill Norman beautifully reanimated it in her 2010 book “At Elizabeth David’s Table” and we took it along ever so slightly in the name of ease: lightly browned cutlets in a sauce of Marsala wine. The cooking is gentle, and takes little time. It pairs nicely with a mushroom risotto or a pile of rice. (Photo: William Brinson for The New York Times)

ill Norman beautifully reanimated it in her 2010 book “At Elizabeth David’s Table” and we took it along ever so slightly in the name of ease: lightly browned cutlets in a sauce of Marsala wine. The cooking is gentle, and takes little time. It pairs nicely with a mushroom risotto or a pile of rice. (Photo: William Brinson for The New York Times)

ill Norman beautifully reanimated it in her 2010 book “At Elizabeth David’s Table” and we took it along ever so slightly in the name of ease: lightly browned cutlets in a sauce of Marsala wine. The cooking is gentle, and takes little time. It pairs nicely with a mushroom risotto or a pile of rice. (Photo: William Brinson for The New York Times)

ill Norman beautifully reanimated it in her 2010 book “At Elizabeth David’s Table” and we took it along ever so slightly in the name of ease: lightly browned cutlets in a sauce of Marsala wine. The cooking is gentle, and takes little time. It pairs nicely with a mushroom risotto or a pile of rice. (Photo: William Brinson for The New York Times)