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  • on January 20, 2013

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    This is easy to make and is a wonderful tasting first course. My guests were very complimentary. I served this with a Red Snapper dish. I will make this again. I did not change the recipe. The only thing I am thinking about changing is to dice the squash before roasting. When I was scooping the squash out I had to deal with the peel sticking to the squash. That is but a small thing. Alton is a hoot!

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  • on February 20, 2012

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    This is an easy recipe to make. You will be proud to serve this, and family members will be impressed as it is from scratch. I first served it as a starter course at Thanksgiving. It was an immediate favorite. Because of the smooth consistency children to older adults will enjoy this dish. I added a quarter clove of garlic to each squash half during the baking process. Also a pinch of fresh sage and I put a cinnamon stick on the pan. Thanks Alton!

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