Not into squash? Check out the variations after the main recipe!
This one I owe to my sister. It’s chatting in her kitchen on a Sunday evening that I witnessed her bake samosa filling into a pie crust and mentally declared it genius.
Half-way between a cracker and kugel, the four-year-old in residence here declares that ”it’s good Mom. It doesn’t taste healthy;” which is praise coming from a child. Bonus – it actually is good for you even though the squash provides sweetness in every bite.
Never roasted cabbage? It’s definitely time to try!
What maximum quantity of grated squash can be held together successfully by what minimum amount of batter? My answer is this moist, spicy and addictive muffin.
A great and hearty meal to serve atop a bowl of rice: a mix of black and sweet brown rice makes for a particularly striking presentation.
Anything “three sisters” (beans, squash and corn) tends to turn Tex-Mex in flavor. This was an attempt to break away from the predictable and use the classic combo in a fresh new way.
A Happy, Healthy, Holiday Roast. Roast squash that is!
Warm cookies on a cool afternoon with some hot tea.
Salivating for ratatouille? If you aren’t, you will be!
Simple and satisfying: a roasted vegetable side-dish for the Holidays and beyond.
When there’s 42 degrees of difference between the temperature indoors and outdoors, you know it’s cold enough for heavy-duty roasting in the kitchen.