autumn is my favorite time of year to cook! this recipe can be prepared either spicy or sweet, your choice! two of my posted mexican-inspired seasoning mix recipes are offered as suggestions.
even if you hate squash, you will love this. the flavor of the south come to life. try it, you'll love it, i promise!
created spontaneously to handle a carby pasta bake craving but this turned out to be amazingly delicious! a unique, tasty side or main dish that's healthy and low carb, too.
the creaminess comes from cashew butter (and banana, too!) from flutternutbutters.com.-slightly altered. so wonderful on a blustery autumn day!
using zucchini was always a challenge at hom in pa dutch country. this delightful dessert pie has a tropical flair! don't let the ingredient list scare you away. i have served this to people who don't like squash and they never know if you don't tell the
a wonderful harvest pumpkin soup - the best we have ever tasted. i got this recipe from "belle" magazine. you must try it--it's nothing short of "amazing".
i toyed around with ingredients while making zucchini bread, until i came up with a recipe my entire family could enjoy. i hate zucchini bread! but i love this bread, and when i sell it in the farmer's market, people say its the best they've ever tasted
i was given this recipe years ago by a friend. i am not sure what country the dish "barinzila" comes from, but hope you enjoy it!
having recently discovered an allergy to tomatoes sent my italian world into a tailspin. how would i ever survive?? here is a wonderful, nourishing, comfort-food soup that i put together that eased my sense of deprivation. the amounts are very flexible, p
tested recipes from the graubunden, by the chur chapter of the swiss women's institutes. submitted for zwt7. a lovely vegetarian dish.
another of my favorite recipes that my granny made when i was little.
these little gems look like a bite of chocolate heaven - even to me!! i know they will satisfy my little guy - who is on an anti-veggie kick at the moment. makes me think of the decadent chocolate frosted cake from school daze that had beets in it - eve
this is a raw recipe from natural health magazine. it's an alternative to pasta and has been a hit with friends and family who aren't raw foodists or vegetarians.
this is too good to be true, right? with a box of cake mix and a can of pumpkin, you can have muffins in no time! adapted from sparkpeople.com.
right out of the garden goods to make a yummy spicy salsa.using really hot chilies. but skip them if you want it calm.garden fresh zucchini, tomatoes and onions with fresh herbs. do use a food processor for chopping your veggies to save on time.
a perfect summer meal. what i love about this recipe is the practicality; it is both quick to make and can wait for you; there's no hurry to serve. it's also a satisfying vegetarian meal that even carnivores love, or if a member of your household prefer
this is the perfect recipe for when you have an abundance of squash and zucchini! this will satisfy the most finicky eaters who don't much care for squash/zucchini. great for potlucks!
i love one dish meals. this is just another example of that fact.
finally! i found another use for zucchini. what's more, it's delicious.
sorry, am in a funny mood tonight - this is something i whipped up for dinner instead of doing some exercise! if you don't have arborio rice use short grain rice instead. i haven't included salt in the recipe but feel free to add it to taste.
rich as in taste, but not high in fat! substitute rice milk or soymilk for the cow's milk if you want. from the january 2006 issue of quick and simple. *have not tested yet.
beautiful tasting, company-ready winter squash casserole dish that was served to me by my daughter at her bunco party. she said it came from a handout at raley's deli dept. all the women there raved about the recipe and it even upstaged the pumpkin raviol
try these as an appetizer with cheeses and wine, or as a gorgeous vegetarian sandwich filling, with pasta, or just on their own.
easy, fast and knock-your-socks-off delicious!
we love ratatouille! i usually have an abundance of zucchini and yellow squash in my garden, however, this year since we received so much rain the zucchini & squash crop was poor. so i have been force to buy my ingredients. for my family's taste, i omit t
well i'm at it again, creating recipes in anticipation of my bumper eggplant crop again. . .
butternut squash is a great source of vitamins a, c, and e, hence, the title. this is a simple and healthy dish that looks as good as it tastes. one good sized squash is perfect for this recipe. it's easy enough for a weeknight side dish and colorful e
adapted from fine cooking light, this is a colorful summery side dish.
this risotto is easy and fairly quick after you peel and cut up the squash. good healthy alternative. could be used as a main meal or a side dish
a great slow cooker idea. this is a pretty squash dish even the kids will like. it goes well with roasted pork or pork chops.
you can substitute orange-ginger marmalade for the marmalade & candied ginger. very nice tang to this recipe
this is a favorite in my house. my mom has been making it for as long as i can remember, so i decided it was finally time to write it down. it's so sweet, and the margarine and brown sugar melt together to make a delicious sauce!
my son's a relatively picky veggie eater so i'm resorting to subterfuge here. he loves sweet potatoes and i've managed to convinced him this is them, just mashed. he loves it! now besides fried onions and raw carrots i've at least got him to eat some s
a lovely fall soup.
tender acorn with a apple pie like filling.
i found this on a cooking channel and she made it look so easy that i had to try it not being a pizza sauce fan this was perfect for me and will be using it on thanksgiving. you can use boboli pizza crust instead of raw but cook crust for about 8min firs
i got this recipe from about.com and it was written by fiona haynes. i'm adding this because this is a great recipe and tastes great, wonderful on a cool autumn night. "acorn squash has a slightly earthier taste than butternut squash, which complements t
from health magazine.
this is one of my favorite soups. it can easily be vegan-ized by substituting the cream with plain soy milk. the original recipe is from the book "1000 vegetarian recipes from around the world"
from everyday food.
perfect for your fall gatherings! these would also be great for a buffet because they are individual servings. you can make these a day ahead and add to the baking time.
this tasty recipe is from taste of home. the leftovers, if there are any, are great hot or cold!
i am giving you a choice of three toppings they are all good.there are two different toppings in the picture bacon maple syrup and browned butter sage. i just finished enjoying a butternut squash with ginger marmalade &chili flakes. 3 tbsp ginger marmala
if you like acorn squash this is a tasty recipe and one that smells great on the campfire. i like it cause you can leave it and forget about it for 30 minutes at a time.
this is a vegetarian dish that i make in the fall. if you like squash and sage, you will like it:) this is actually two recipes-one to make the puree which then is used in the lasagna. i have made the puree ahead of time to make it more convenient for
one of nature's finest creations: squash. squash appeals to most pallets and pairs well with virtually every food category. i served this with a glass of merlot, black seedless grapes and banana-walnut-cranberry bread--a heavenly combination. enjoy!
a unique side dish in its own peel....
i finally found a squash recipe that dh likes and enjoyed. this is so simple, revised to suit our taste, from chef micheal smith, my favourite tv chef.
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