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Healthy, attractive, versatile, and another tasty way to use summer squash. The directions are rather confusing b/c the order of the ingredient list does not match the order of the ingredients within the directions and I think it has something to do with the filling being listed last instead of in the middle of the ingredient list. In Step 1 I cut the squash in half lengthwise. In Step 4 I used a large skillet instead of a baking dish-everything is done on top of the stove. In Step 4 I also doubled the tomato slices and sort of wished I had increased it more as the cooked tomato tastes great with this! I used half as much squash as listed and that was plenty. Probably makes a big difference in how big the squash is-remember it needs to fit in the skillet. I subbed catsup for the tomato paste, omitted the mint due to personal preferences, and doubled the lemon juice in Step 6 and wish I had increased the garlic, too. The filling and squash was done in 35 minutes. Congrats BarbryT for becoming FROG#9 in Top Favorites of 2008 game!

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