Pumpkin, butternut squash, and kabocha squash are three delectable options for autumn and fall vegetable side dishes. Try roasting them to bring out their natural sweetness.
Asian-influenced preparation of adzuki beans and squash.
A sweet squash dish great for a meal on a cold winter day.
This is another recipe I came up with by combining several recipes. I don't normally love squash but I can't get enough of this one. It has celery, onion and green pepper but it also has pimiento, almonds and cheese. There is nothing like it.
As the weather changes, I want a light meal, but I also want to feel like I ate something. This fits the bill.
A good friend of ours brought this soup to us shortly after the birth of our first child. It's very hearty, simple to make, and has a wonderful flavor. An alternate method to prepare this soup is to mix all the ingredients in a slow cooker and cook on low for 5 hours.
This quick, easy, and economical dish is a godsend for on-the-go mothers who need to feed their toddlers. Butter, garlic salt, and parsley add to the flavor of this aromatic dish.
My Great-Great-Grandmother used to make this hearty casserole when I was young, and it has always been a favorite of my Atlanta and Alabama relatives! I learned how to make it from my Aunt Edith Russell, while visiting her in Atlanta in the mid-90s.
This original "what's-on-hand" recipe is a must-try! As we were first sampling this Italian zinger, our mp3 player randomly played "Mambo Italiano" as sung by Rosemary Clooney! Well, the name stuck, and is certainly an easy and suprisingly flavorful meal -- no leftovers here, we ate the whole pan!
A healthy side dish, or chill it and serve it cool at a summer cookout.
The simplest way to cook spaghetti squash, which is fresh right around football season. Could be a healthy snack alongside your nachos and dips.
You want to turn some of that zucchini into bread, but it's too hot to cook inside. Here's a solution (you probably would've figured it out eventually) -- make that zucchini bread on the grill.
A full meal of deer meat and autumn veggies. The veggies cook in a skillet, while you grill up the venison steaks.
The produce aisles overflow with squash in early fall. Here's a simple way to cook the harvest bounty. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Something's always baking in the Army kitchen, so it's easy to toss in a squash for a simple side dish. Try it in your kitchen. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A great idea for fall squash--turn it into a creamy, sweet risotto.
Gets the smoky flavor of the grill into your salsa--and then your chips, and then your mouth.
An easy way to cook winter squash in the microwave, and a good vigorous mash that's a nice workout for your forearms. Season with salt and pepper (or fresh herbs, if you happen to have some lying around) and you've got a quick vegetable side dish.
This vegetable feast, flavored by mighty bacon, takes you outside to the grill, inside to the oven, and to a skillet on your stovetop or grill. It's like cooking as an Olympic event. The taste of this vegetable side dish, which you can eat alone or over pasta or chicken, makes all the effort worthwhile.
Introduce healthy but bland spaghetti squash to the wonder of flavor, with Italian sweet sausage cooked with spinach and crumbled over the squash. A hearty vegetable main dish.
Wine adds flavor to this creamy fall soup, a great recipe for butternut squash.