Enjoy your butternuts! And you definitely will with this Butternut Asiago Squash.
Its fall and we are dreaming of brightly colored leaves, cooler temperatures, our favorite scarves, and trips to the pumpkin patch. All the gourds and squashes in different shapes and colors delight me. And I have made it my mission in the past to let everyone know that they aren’t just for decoration. Each and everyone can be eaten and enjoyed. You just have to know how to attack it.
Butternut squashes have gained a great deal of popularity in the past few years. I admit to jumping for joy when I see that the Autumn Squash soup is back on the menu at Panera or when I find my beloved butternut squash ravioli in the pasta section at the grocers.
But how do I cook it at home? You might be asking yourself. This funny shaped pale orange squash need not be a mystery any longer. This recipe will have you enjoying the sweet and nutty flavor of fall in less than 10 minutes.
Getting to Know Your ARWB Foodies
So I Was Sayin’
What food reminds you of childhood?
Rice crispie treats
What is your favorite international cuisine?
I love it all; why pick?
What is always in your refrigerator at home?
What is your most used cookbook?
Better Homes & Gardens red checkered cookbook
What is your favorite kitchen gadget?
Do you have a favorite food indulgence?
Not really because I don’t deny myself much. Everything in moderation.
What is your go-to ingredient that you use time and time again?
What is your favorite food meal to cook at home?
Fried egg sandwich
What is a cooking tip that you would like to share with beginning cooks?
Just try it. If it flops throw it out or feed it the chickens and try again.
When you’re not cooking, what are your favorite pastimes?
What else would you like us to know about you?
I’m honest. I usually only bite my food. I love Jesus but I drink a little.
Jeanetta is a crocheter & coffee addict, chicken keeper & goat wrangler, a farmer girl & maker of drunk jellies. You can find her online at So I Was Sayin’ or on twitter, pinterest & instagram . You can also follow her on Periscope (Jeanetta) and join with her for #Arkanscopes.