Date: Fri, 29 Oct 93 10:00:17 CDT
From: email@example.com (Cynthia J. Gibas)
halve N acorn squash and bake until thoroughly done, upside down on a pan in
a small amount of water, with a piece of onion under each half. Or however
you prefer to do it.
Stuffing for one medium-large squash, multiply as necessary:
Bring to a boil:
1 c. bulgur wheat
2 c. water (and maybe a little extra)
1 t. salt
1 small onion, peeled and uncut
1 t crushed dried rosemary
2 t basil leaves
when water boils, turn off heat and cover. Once most of the water has been
absorbed, stir in 1/4 c. chopped roasted chestnuts. (Slit chestnut skins
with a razor blade or sharp knife. Bake at 425 for 15 min or so. Peel off
shell and skin). Remove the onion and give it to a friend who likes to eat
whole cooked onions.
When squash are done, pack the stuffing (should be moist but not wet) into
each half, making a little mound of stuffing on top. Bake for 5-10 min.
1.5 c. water
1 bag of cranberries (in your grocer's refrigerator case now, yum)
about 1/4 c. honey
2-3 t. salt
pinch hot pepper flakes
1 T nutritional yeast
boil cranberries in water until they pop (use a potato masher to speed up the
process). Add flavorings.
the object here is sort of a cranberry chutney. It should not be sweet, but