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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Thought you might like that.
    butter, heavy cream, and cheese. wtf is not to like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    butter, heavy cream, and cheese. wtf is not to like?
    The fact that I hide squash in it. On the plus side, I was able to sneak some squash into my niece with this recipe because of all the cheese, so itis even veggie hater friendly!
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    The fact that I hide squash in it. On the plus side, I was able to sneak some squash into my niece with this recipe because of all the cheese, so itis even veggie hater friendly!
    Whatever fools the kidlets. Now...butternut squash, acorn squah...hell, perhaps every squash I can find...
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Whatever fools the kidlets. Now...butternut squash, acorn squah...hell, perhaps every squash I can find...
    I usually use summer squashes (zuke, yellow, chayote, etc.) Turban squash and calabaza squash played really well in it. Acorn was kinda... eh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    I usually use summer squashes (zuke, yellow, chayote, etc.) Turban squash and calabaza squash played really well in it. Acorn was kinda... eh.
    Hmm...the zuke etc do not get too mushy? That has been my issue with them in the past.
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    If you use zuke, don't cook it anywhere near as long. Give it a quick saute in butter and garlic, maybe a minute at most. Toss it with the hot alfredo sauce and toss/ top that with cheese. As soon as your cheese melts, pull it from the heat. If you're baking it and want the crunchy cheese top, hit it with a torch or the broiler, but the broiler may push the zuke over the edge unless you have the broiler of dooooom.
    Most often I use chayote, if you can get your hands on it. It takes heat abuse a lot better than most summer squashes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    If you use zuke, don't cook it anywhere near as long. Give it a quick saute in butter and garlic, maybe a minute at most. Toss it with the hot alfredo sauce and toss/ top that with cheese. As soon as your cheese melts, pull it from the heat. If you're baking it and want the crunchy cheese top, hit it with a torch or the broiler, but the broiler may push the zuke over the edge unless you have the broiler of dooooom.
    I have the broiler of "OMFG wtf is all that smoke?! Open a GD Window!!!!" but I will give it a try
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    I have the broiler of "OMFG wtf is all that smoke?! Open a GD Window!!!!" but I will give it a try
    Our oven did fairly well with it, provided I barely gave the zuke enough saute to get warm. Ours is just a standard generic range/ oven, base model.
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    lunch was pretty damned good.

    carrot ginger soup and seared salmon w/ sauteed veg in a garlic white wine sauce.
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    I'm kind of jealous. What I eat on a daily basis seems really boring compared to what you all make. My meal is almost always a large hunk of grilled meat with a side of some green leafy vegetable. Not a lot of thought or ingredients go into it.
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