Laurie’s Squash

I love love love Summer Squash and am fairly picky about how it’s prepared: simplicity is the best as far as I’m concerned! This is my super easy traditional method for the best Summer Squash.   To prepare: Wash, trim and chop Summer Squash (1-2 per person depending on size). We like to slice them…

Grilled Acorn Squash Rings

Cut Acorn Squash into 1″ slices. It is not necessary to peel the Squash, the peel is actually edible and delicious! Cut seeds out of cavity, drizzle with Olive Oil just to coat and season with salt and pepper. We also like to add other spices like Cumin, Paprika, Curry Powder, etc. Grill Acorn Squash…

Rattatouille Pasta

If your eaters are picky, try blending up the sauce, the flavors are fantastic and you’ll likely win them over! Wash trim an chop Vegetables: Squash, Eggplant, Onion, Sweet Pepper, Tomatoes and Garlic. Saute until tender in 2T Olive Oil, season with salt and pepper. Add 1 cup liquid (water, wine or broth) cover and…

Yummy Veggie Pasta

This dish is great served hot or room temperature or chilled for a salad. Terrific for leftovers or lunch the next day! Prepare Pasta of your choice. Wash, trim and chop Veggies: Tomatoes, Sweet Pepper, Squash, Onion, Garlic. Wash and chop Basil, set aside. Grate the Wanda (Gouda style) Cheese. Saute prepared Veggies in 2…

Stovetop Grilled Squash

This is Will’s method for getting the same texture as grilled Squash but without firing up the grill! Wash, trim and slice Squash. Heat an iron skillet with 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil over medium high heat. Place Squash slices in skillet in a single layer and cook until they get a good sear on each…