We’re well into the holiday season, but I don’t think it’s too late for my good friend Mr. Pumpkin quite yet. I’m still not over it.
I absolutely love making quick breads, especially when they are involving beer. My favorite part is adding the beer and watch it foam up as it mixes with the other ingredients. And seriously though, who doesn’t just want to add beer to everything they cook? Continue reading
It’s officially fall in Philadelphia. The leaves are turning, frost is on the ground in the morning, Uggs are pulled on over skinny jeans… and pumpkin is everywhere. While everyone is grabbing their PSL’s this pumpkin season, I’m looking at the less popular fall favorite of mine: Butternut Squash. I’m a sucker for the underdog.
I’ve tried out Butternut Squash a few other times, one of my most interesting in the post Butternut Squash Tacos.
Anyway, had to share this butternut recipe with you, it’s warm and comforting and feels like fall.
The thing about this recipe that is different for me, is that it’s actually pretty complicated compared to my normal posts. Don’t be intimidated though, the recipe isn’t difficult… the steps are easy, it’s just that there’s a lot of them. To keep yourself from getting overwhelmed, I recommend roasting the squash while you cook the rest of the meal, and it will break it up pretty nicely for ya. Another tip, I also ALWAYS try and wash dishes/spoons, etc while I am cooking, so I’m not left with a bunch of pots and pans and cutting boards in the sink. Continue reading