The truth is I am way behind on posting this recipe for baked stuffed squash. I first created the recipe around thanksgiving time while experimenting with festive holiday meals. If I recall this is what we ate at Thanksgiving. We loved it!
I wasn’t able to take pictures when I made it the first time, but made it again before Christmas and am now getting around to sharing it with you. A little late for the holidays, but I promise it will be just as delicious.
Happy New Year everybody! It has been quite a while since my last post. Hopefully you enjoyed the holidays with friends and family, and are excited for 2014!
I certainly am! So many projects and ideas to bring to life. Looking forward to sharing them with you.
If eating better is one of your resolutions for the new year, you may want to start with this oven roasted bbq style tempeh. Some of you live in warmer climates where you can still use your barbecues, but here in Montreal we are in a deep freeze. Even if you are still grilling, I find baking tempeh in a sauce is the best way to get it to soak up flavor.
One ingredient and one ingredient only in this recipe. Potatoes. Wash them. Dry them. Cut them. Roast them. Boom. Perfectly roasted potato wedges. Simple and delicious. They can be enjoyed on their own or with your favourite condiment or to accompany a main meal like some delicious veggie chilli.
That chilli recipe is one of my first posts ever on this site. I can’t believe just over a year has gone by since then. Time flies. I have learnt a lot since then and have so much more to learn about this thing called food blogging. Thanks for joining me on my journey and I hope you have been inspired to cook some of the recipes that I have shared on this site.
It is below -20 C here in Montreal this week. Nothing like a big bowl of warming chili and potato wedges when it’s this cold out. Serve the chilli on top of the wedges for some chilli fries. Truly healthy and delicious comfort food. Continue reading