Just when you think you’ve had enough squash, there’s a lovely delicious lasagna recipe you just have to try. And after we tried it out, we’re adding it to short list of ideas for our 2016 Christmas dinner. Squash replacing turkey! Continue reading “Low-Fat, High Vitamin Winter Squash Lasagna “
After roasting and pureeing the Blue Hubbard Squash we have plenty to make a winter soup that we love and keep on the meal planning rotation all winter long. This is my double batch recipe for a big crowd or for making once and freezing for lunches and dinners when we’re short on time or don’t want to cook. This simple recipe honors the flavor of whatever squash you choose and is so yummy after a long day outside shoveling snow or as a side dish to a larger meal. Continue reading “Roasted Winter Squash Soup “
Let me introduce you to one of our good friends. Sure, he’s pretty ugly. His skin is blueish/greenish which just seems weird. And he’s a big fella, larger than most of his family members. Don’t let this keep you from inviting him into your house though! He’s a real wonder in the kitchen. And he’s delicious. I present to you, Mr. Hubbard Squash. Continue reading “Fear not! Here’s Your Guide to Breaking Down and Processing a Humongous Hubbard Squash”
I don’t think there anything better than warm bread from the oven. Oh, maybe warm bread with a slab of butter melting on it after emerging from the oven, mmmmm and the crack of the crust, and teeth sinking into a soft crumb. Ahhh. But most days, I don’t want to wait for the sourdough starter, and then firm starter to rise, and then playing with the dough and waiting. The quicker path to satisfaction is a muffin. The texture is there and it takes under an hour from opening the recipe to having a warm muffin in hand. And what a great snack for a chilly winter day, sitting with a cup of tea or warm in your pocket as you wander in the snow onto the next adventure.
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