Wordless Wednesday: Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash

  1. amanda

    what a great shot of an acorn squash! i love the greens and oranges. it totally captures the feeling of fall, imho.

    9:48 am  Nov 4th, 2009
  2. dibear

    Beautiful acorn squash. I love the mottled coloring as well. 🙂

    10:34 am  Nov 4th, 2009
  3. rajesh malhotra

    great to get such a name for something we’ve been eating all our lives and never knew it!

    great anti cancer veggie!
    tastes great with a variety of spices, lightly cooked!

    and makes a great Halloween mask, too!

    10:52 am  Nov 4th, 2009
  4. Kary Gonyer

    Beautiful…..so Thanksgiving.

    10:54 am  Nov 4th, 2009
  5. My Year on the Grill

    I am speechless!

    10:59 am  Nov 4th, 2009
  6. Susan

    That’s a great photo–and here, to go a long with it, is an equally excellent article chock full of acorn squash recipes:


    2:02 pm  Nov 4th, 2009
  7. EatingRD

    great photo! what did you do with it? I just tried a kabocha squash last night and it was wonderful 🙂

    5:17 pm  Nov 4th, 2009
  8. The Teacher Cooks

    Beautiful photo!! But what does a Georgia girl do with an acorn squash? I have one now on my counter that came in my local CSA produce.

    1:51 pm  Nov 5th, 2009
  9. Elizabeth

    Beautiful & Personally, my favorite squash! Very few bad days cannot be fixed with Acorn Squash stuffed with sausage, onion, brown sugar & bread crumbs 🙂

    10:57 am  Nov 9th, 2009
  10. Melissa

    Elizabeth, I love my acorn and my delicata squash with that mixture! I usually add a can of white beans as well for a little more fill.
    The Teacher Cooks, I also love my acorn squash simply sliced, cleaned of seeds, rubbed with olive oil and roasted upside down in 350degree oven for an hour. If I want it a bit sweeter, I will omit the olive oil and in the last 15 minutes flip the squash cut side up and add pad of butter and some brown sugar.

    7:10 pm  Nov 9th, 2009
  11. FoodFitnessFreshair

    I love the idea of wordless Wednesday…great display of photography.

    5:19 pm  Nov 15th, 2009
  12. katrina

    Simply beautiful, and one of my favorite squashes.

    9:51 am  Nov 18th, 2009
  13. Michael

    love your blog!
    check out my food blog and tell me what you think:


    9:05 am  Nov 29th, 2009
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