Here are some good recipes from other sites:
Zucchini boats for those zucchinis that are way huge.
Baked Zucchini. Looks good. This post also includes other ides of how to incorporate (hide, if you must) it into other recipes.
Roasted veggies. This is so great. You can use in season veggies now, and as the title will show, your winter root veggies too. It's the best way I've ever had turnips and celery root. :)
Italian Summer Squash Side.
And of course, bread. Use this banana bread recipe, but sub grated zucchini in for the bananas.
Yes, the above are all Kara's. I trust her stuff. And there's more. Go to her blog and type zucchini in the search bar.
Use this quesadilla recipe for all the veggies you have on hand, and if you don't want to fry them, try this easy baking method for them.
This is one we like, and you can use zucchini and/or yellow squash. Disregard the "margerine or butter" and just do butter. Real butter. You can make it as a side dish or double (or more) it for a main dish.
Go to allrecipes.com and type in zucchini. LOTS of recipes there. Modify them to be real food and to your tastes if need be.
Have you tried it sliced up on pizza? (we had it on our pizza last night and it was great)
Raw, cut up in salads (go for chunks or something to break up the monotony of the same slices every time)?
How about juiced in your green or fruit juices? It has a lot of liquid in it. Paul Bragg called those kinds of liquids "living waters." I like that. Plus, it doesn't taste like much, so why not?