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Tonight I’m making Sheet Pan Coriander Chicken from the NYTimes, Melissa Clark. I like most of her stuff. I just happen to have both chicken and brussels sprouts in the fridge, and Mr. AM didn’t want soy sauce chicken tonight. (Too soon; we had that last week, too.)

I think I’ve made this before, a long time ago, after a friend made it for us at Crafty Moms weekend.


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How was it?

I found another one, a winter squash and spinach pasta bake.

I love the description of "savory fall decadence".

https://smittenkitchen.com/202...source=pocket-newtab


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I like squash but it isn't really a thing here. Zucchini maybe, but not proper squash like butternut or acorn.

Once we settle in I may have to see what I can do with it.


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Kabocha.

Delicata.

You'll love them.


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We had a bumper crop of squash this year so I am always looking for ways to use them.

Tried this one last night, skipped the chickpeas and put in chopped kale instead. It is delish. Yankee Magazine has never let me down with their recipes. Yes

Roasted Squash Apples Grain Bowl


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If you're looking for something healthy, you can skip this post....

Blueberry-Lemon Pie Bars

Sunken Apple and Honey Cake

Russian Honey Cake


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I had a ton of green cherry tomatoes, so I made green tomato salsa.

I actually had to make it twice; it was too thick and dry, even after processing, so I dumped it all back into the pot the next day, added water, simmered, and re-processed. Now it has the right texture.


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Hmm....I have a bunch of little green tomatoes...but probably not nearly enough for that recipe, or even half. But I'll file it away.

And another one to add to the list of future experiments:

Instead of Indian Butter Chicken...

Butter Cauliflower


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Hmm....I have a bunch of little green tomatoes...but probably not nearly enough for that recipe, or even half. But I'll file it away.

And another one to add to the list of future experiments:

Instead of Indian Butter Chicken...

Butter Cauliflower


That sounds great.

Oh, and the coriander chicken was delicious!


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This one maybe isn't a "can't wait" but I found it fascinating.

I wonder who invented butter....

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How To Make Butter (and Cultured Butter!)

An easy, no-shaking-jars method for this DIY treat.


https://getpocket.com/explore/...source=pocket-newtab


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I wouldn't do so many noodles and 6 ounces of cheese sounds crazy, but otherwise this combo sounds great to me:

https://manischewitz.com/recipes/tunanoodlefrittata/


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Lighthouse Potatoes. A feast of dairy.

https://www.grandpacooks.com/recipes/lighthouse/


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I made this one (butternut squash again) to bring as a side dish for Tday. It went over very well. Oldest loved it and went back for thirds..not overly sweet despite the ingredients.

Tonight I have finally finished off the squash in the fridge with a variation on butternut squash soup minus the butter to keep it vegan. I added an apple and some cinnimon as well. This for a potluck "Tday Leftover Party" at a neighbor's..only vaccinated folks invited. Yes


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Another potato dairy nightmare. Hasselback Potato Gratin.

https://getpocket.com/explore/...source=pocket-newtab

In case you're wondering about all the potato recipes....we have several bags of spuds that we got from our CSA farmer that we have to do something with....


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This recipe was a hit with the football crowd:

Lasagna Soup


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