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September 24, 2008


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Cindy Ruth

Thanks for the recipe Jerry. I think this recipe sounds really good. I love butternut squash, and in fact for lunch today I had a butternut squash risotto. This dish does sound nice for Thanksgiving.

Barb Cabot

Jerry I seem to recall you posted another recipe for squash a while back which made Paul quite happy. I used that recipe and loved it. I am going to try this one too. This sounds yummy and so fallish! You never disappoint.


Cindy Ruth - we're off apple picking on Sunday (weather permitting) and I may have to make this again before Thanksgiving - it is that good.

Barb - in reality Paul gets happy over so many things it is hard to keep track of it all! *smile*


Too bad you don't live closer - I would happily contribute some squash to the cause. We planted it in the summer and it is taking over our lives, I give it away to anyone who comes close!
This recipe looks really good perfect for Thanksgiving with the cranberries.
AnnM was up from Seattle last weekend and introduced us to the idea of eating raw squash. Cut into thin strips it is crisp and has quite a nice flavour - a bit like kohlrabi.


Jerry, this sounds great - I want to try it and will definitely steal it for Thanksgiving. Hmm...wonder if I should steal it for Rosh Hashanah on Monday.


Sheena - i"ve never tried raw squash. I bought another to do a roasted squash and will give some a go!

Kim - this ia a great fall side-dish. Sadly, I know little about Jewish New Year traditions to kinow if it would work there. :-(

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