Apple and pine nut stuffed winter squash + herbed rice + steamed chard

Apple and pine nut stuffed winter squash + herbed rice + steamed chard

This was really awesome and totally marks the start of fall cooking.

Last night I made yorkshire puddings and for some reason they came out really bad. They just seemed to take forever to cook and were still not really cooked enough in the middle after over 20 minutes (the recipe said 10-12mins). So i had to make something good to make up for it.

Tonight’s dinner went something like this: Half the squash and remove inside (saving seeds for roasting). Roast at 350 degrees with 1/2c water in the pan for 1/2hr. Meanwhile dice 2 apples and mix with 3T brown sugar, some roasted pinenuts and some grated nutmeg. Take out the squash and sprinle with salt, pile on apple mixture and drizzle a little olive oil on top. Put back in the oven for 30 mins. The rice was plain cooked rice mixed with 4 cloves garlic and a diced tomato that i sauteed in olive oil for a while with salt, pepper, oregano and parsely. Totally good and totally seasonal!

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  1. speaking of seasonal, i got a waffle maker and am going to make waffles this morning. since waffels are always in season I must just be excited to use the internets to post something so unecessarily (fresh internets at my house!), and I was delighted to find a few Will Law bloggings to catch up on.

    Comment by Jesse Eisenhower — October 25, 2006 @ 8:36 am

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