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    Veggies: Squash (winter and sunmmer)

    Squash is great; I think it's underated. Here's recipes for winter and summer squash.
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    3 Reviews |  By Dug

    Zucchini and garlic fried in olive oil and topped with Asiago cheese in the broiler - I can assure you, whether you like zucchini or not, you will love this.

    Recipe #106389

    This is an simple side to prepare and tastes great. This came from the 'Moosewood restaurant cooks at home' cookbook.

    Recipe #81150

    2 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This resembles a crustless quiche. Try other fresh herb combinations instead of dill, i.e. thyme, tarragon, oregano, etc.

    Recipe #501788

    From as adapted from Food Network. Two versions for prepping the squash are given. Halfway through preparing this recipe I discovered I didn't have enough chevre, and substituted with some locally made cream cheese. Best if the cream cheese is at room temperature or it can be whipped.

    Recipe #463070

    Recipe #34853

    This is the BEST way to fix zucchini!

    Recipe #35592

    66 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    This recipe will tempt those anti-zucchini eaters! I could eat a whole pan myself! Have had this recipe for 20 years. Can be made ahead & baked before serving.

    Recipe #27193

    An alternative to potatoes au gratin :) And who doesn't love that!

    Recipe #479755

    When squash takes over the garden this dish will take care of some of it! Use swiss, cheddar, pepper-jack...whatever you like. Our Creole seasoning is Recipe #22089 and I go light with salt. Serve with fried bass fresh out of the pond, corn bread and just picked tomatoes. Put a tablecloth on the table under the pergola, light some candles and pop open a chilled Chardonnay. It doesn't get any better than this.

    Recipe #349971

    This is my favorite way to cook yellow squash.I think the cumin and butter really play up the fresh ,subtly sweet flavor.It really doesn't get easier than this.Serve with a Mexican /Southwest meal.You could play around with this and even make it Indian style to go with a curry.Yield is approximate.

    Recipe #442029

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    Very nice and crispy. I sometimes add a few mushrooms.

    Recipe #25150

    5 Reviews |  By NT44

    Yellow squash casserole. One of the best!

    Recipe #166317

    Our family loves both winter and summer squashes, so when I come across a squash recipe I try to save it. I haven't tried this one yet, but it looks good to me!

    Recipe #281239

    9 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A simple side dish from the American Diabetes Association. We hope to try this soon.

    Recipe #213477

    My mom used to make this when I was a child and I could eat the whole skillet full...sometimes when the garden is overflowing I'll eat only this for my lunches.

    Recipe #307381

    Mmm... buttery bread cubes & cheesy zucchini. An easy to prepare side dish.

    Recipe #242776

    1 Reviews |  By chiclet

    Knowing that one can never have too many zucchini recipes, I wrote this down on a piece of scrap paper in the waiting room at a doctor's office. It's super tasty and simple, perfect for a weeknight. The goat cheese makes a creamy sauce for the linguine, and complements the flavor of the sauteed squash nicely. In addition to the lemon zest, I recommend adding some thinly sliced fresh basil when serving. From Real Simple (June 08).

    Recipe #313359

    This makes a tasty side dish that won't overpower your main dish, and is attractive as well. I always peel my zucchini first, but I'll leave that up to your personal preference. I also use the slightly aged goat cheese, not the really soft one. Preparation time does not include cooling time for the zucchini mixture.

    Recipe #93227

    I am not a big squash fan, but I love this casserole. So give it a try even if you don't care for squash.

    Recipe #132086

    From Hamburg Journal.

    Recipe #144810

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