Found this in a newspaper a few weeks ago by Sherry McCarty, Albuquerque, NM. I only added extra onion and cheese. Marinara Sauce is suggested for an Italian flair. I used Dee514's recipe #30903. This is a very good light meal.
This recipe, and a few to follow, comes from a recipe book found in an old book bin. "California Wine Country Cooking, Volume II is by Yvonne Boulleray. It is a compilation of recipes by her family and friends in France.
I have regularly prepared this dish for over a quarter of a century. I want so much to say that it is mine; but, alas, I cannot. The recipe came from an International Vegetarian Cookbook. We do a "no-no" and add ground sirloin to it.
Old-fashioned pimiento cheese for old-fashioned times, i.e., summertime family reunions, "supper on the ground," lots of kids, watermelon and home-made ice cream. (At least that's the way it was for us.)
This is SO good that we often have only this for supper so that we can eat lots of it. The recipe was given to us by a family member with years and years of experience cooking for huge crowds. It is especially scrumptious when the squash is garden-fresh.
When one is just plain tired of chicken and/or meat this is simply divine. Credit goes to Linda King of Dunwoody, Ga. and was featured in Southern Living. This is also great for your Vegetarian guests.
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