Tuesday, March 1, 2011

March 1st Giveaway

Call this optimistic but, I really feel as if Spring is in the air.
We went to Washington, DC this weekend to introduce the kids
to the wonderful museums and sites. It was a great trip and made
even better because we could walk around with no jackets on
and feel the promise of milder, sunny days.

To celebrate Spring and say farewell to Winter I'm offering
my Winter Squash poster collaboration with Greenmarkets.
The poster measures 18 x 24 and will be available in my shop
on Friday but, to win one please place a comment below
on one of your favorite way to cook one of the squashes
illustrated on the poster.
The lucky winner will be randomly picked on March 8th.

Winter Squash poster

160 comments:

  1. I love roasted butternut squash and caramelized onion in puff pastry. A delicious appetizer!

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  2. soup! I love acorn or butternut squash soup. Throw a little curry in there...YUM! :o)

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  3. what a lovely poster! i´m such a squash fan! my favorite dishes using butternut squash are lasagna with pumpkin seeds and ricotta or spaetzle (a german specialty).

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  4. I am a HUGE winter squash fan. When I'm aiming for simple, I just cut an acorn squash in half, remove the seeds, put a spoonful of butter and some brown sugar in the hollow and roast. If I'm more motivated, I peel and chop whatever kind I've got around, toss it with olive oil / chili powder / smoky paprika / cumin seeds and roast it. I'm also a big squash soup fan.

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  5. What a beautiful poster! One of the simplest and tastiest ways I use squash is to cut a butternut and an acorn squash in half, remove the seeds, and bake both cut side down on a baking sheet at 400 degrees for 35-45 minutes. Then I scrape the squash into a bowl and mash it. I usually add nothing but some pepper at the table.

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  6. such a lovely, bright poster. this winter i've been using squash to make creamy pasta dishes. it's been delicious.

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  7. I love this poster! I could eat roasted butternut squash every night with just some sea salt and pepper. Or blended into a soup. Yum yum!

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  8. I am in love with this poster! I prepare spaghetti squash with a little olive oil, avocado, and Parmesan cheese. Yum!

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  9. I love all of your Greenmarket posters! My favourite way to eat squash is to just roast acorn squash with some maple syrup or brown sugar. Simple and tasty!

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  10. Simplest, tastiest and recurrent squash dish or meal in my kitchen has to be spaghetti squash. Halve it, roast it, scoop it and top it with diced tomatoes and whatever veg in the fridge. Little olive oil and shaved parmesan and I'm good. I don't even miss real pasta! Thank you for opp to win the fab poster...

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  11. this will so nice in my new kitchen.
    finger crossed

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  12. Lovely!

    Roasted in the oven with apples, sweet potatoes, garlic, onions and carrots. Makes the kitchen smell great.

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  13. I just love acorn squash roasted with butter and brown sugar. Wonderful and simple.

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  14. i love the japanese squat little squash called kabocha, simmered with a little mirin and soysauce. the outer skin is edible and delicious!

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  15. Acorn Squash: all you need to do is cut it in half, add some butter, brown sugar, a dash of salt and pepper and stick it in the oven for a bit. Super yummy!

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  16. mmm, Butternut Squash Curry with Tomato/Onion Chutney. So delicious. love your illustrations!

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  17. I like to roast the squash, then season, and sprinkle w? shredded gruyere cheese. yum.

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  18. butternut. halved. roasted. with butter, maple syrup drizzle, shaved parmesan and sea salt.

    gorgeous poster :)

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  19. I always love Butternut Squash Soup! Yummy!

    Love the poster too :)

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  20. Acorn squash is yummy halved and baked with a bit of butter and raisins and cinnamon and nutmeg. Lovely poster!

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  21. My favorite is butternut squash, roasted in the oven with butter and brown sugar... so simple and so good. Love the poster, I've got my fingers crossed :)

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  22. I love butternut squash roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper. simple and delicious. love the poster!

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  23. spaghetti squash, it's so easy, cut it in half, stick in the oven, fork it out and eat it with anything! mmmm

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  24. Martha Stewart's Acorn Squash and Honey Pie! (Though to be honest, sometimes I have used *gasp* 'other' squashes to make it!)

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  25. The poster conjures up memories of eating delicious winter squash. I love roasted butternut squash with a little brown sugar on top.

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  26. Ah I love the poster!! I also love Pumpkin thai curry - it's a bit favourite in our house!

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  27. I LOVE the Butternut Squash Sandwich from here http://www.bunksandwiches.com/
    I was thrilled to find the recipe in this month's GQ!
    Love your work. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. beautiful! I love roasting butternut squash and serving it with pasta, mushrooms, spinach and a light cream sauce!

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  29. Roasted acorn squash with chile-lime vinagrette makes a tasty side for a classy manwich dinner!

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  30. This is beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway. (I just discovered your site via poppytalk).

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  31. Squash is so delicious - who could say no to squash? I love to make persian butternut squash stew - I have a pretty fierce recipe that never fails to win fans!

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  32. Mmm, butternut squash soup...and recently southwestern acorn squash with corn and black beans.

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  33. butternut squash is my favorite food of all time and this poster would look fantastic in my dinig room. thanks for the giveaway!

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  34. Love winter squash; favorite recipe this past year: black bean & butternut squash stew with
    chipolte and smoky paprika.

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  35. Making curry stew with butternut or acorn squash is a happy, happy thing.

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  36. Winter squash is my favorite food group. I believe they were created to ward off the winter blues. This poster is a great reminder of the warmth and comfort winter squash brings, and I need it in my dining room! I love butternut or acorn squash roasted with cardamom, vanilla, maple syrup and butter.

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  37. Oh, yum! These look so amazing! I also love Kabocha Squash.

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  38. i love making butternut squash soup to get me through the winter :)

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  39. I've really discovered my love of all varieties of squash this winter, but my favorite hands down is a roasted acorn squash filled with a delish stuffing of couscous, dried cranberries, walnuts, and sweet potatoes.

    Hmm...I've got to make this soon before it's not the right weather for that kind of hearty meal!

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  40. Acorn squash... cut in half... baked upside-down and then flipped... scored and enjoyed with butter and brown sugar!

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  41. Such a fun poster! I made butternut squash ravioli this fall, and plan to make it again!

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  42. I want to WIN! I love substituting spaghetti noodles for spaghetti squash and adding my favorite sauce at the time, usually a pesto sauce. It's so simple and so good.

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  43. Acorn squash, baked whole, the inside rubbed with salt and warm spice, then filled with a mixture of sharp cheese cubes, thyme or savory, dry cous cous and a little stock.
    Love the poster!

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  44. Ohh, I love this! I make a wicked spicy peanut stew using butternut squash. It's super yummy!

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  45. Mmm! Squash are one of the only good things about the fall...spring here we come!

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  46. absolutely love spaghetti squash- just had it for dinner last night steamed with vodka sauce and some avocado on the side!

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  47. Delicata, sliced thin with the skin left on, sauteed up with a bit of orange juice and zest.

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  48. this is beautiful! I love stuffed butternut squash with cheese and walnuts, yumola!

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  49. I love to make butternut squash in a savory bread pudding.

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  50. beautiful work! i love pumpkins in just about any form, but wow, it's been so long since I've had pumpkin pie, that's my favourite right now!

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  51. love all your work. graphic, neat & clean!
    this one is perfect for my vegetarian kitchen!

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  52. Butternut or delicata: peel, remove seeds, chop into cubes. take onions and chunk them up. Peel a bunch of cloves of garlic. Add some soy sauce, roasted sesame oil, hot red pepper sauce, salt, pepper; mix everything together and then roast in the oven until everyone is squishy and caramelized. Sometimes I do this with sweet potatoes instead of squash.

    This past summer, we grew a bunch of winter squash called trombocino - like a butternut crossed with a giraffe - they have a very long and seedless neck. They're really quite goofy looking.

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  53. Roasted butternut squash curry with cashews over basmati rice... a great winter meal!

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  54. I like roasting acorn squash halves with maple syrup, pecans and marshmallows. Not very healthy but it's good! I love the poster and can't wait to see the herb and tomato designs.

    Kelly
    kjramstack at yahoo dot com

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  55. love love love to win this! growing my own pumpkins in the garden this year so think I will make a lot of my favorite easy peasy soup. From roasted pumpkin, mmmmmjam!

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  56. Mmm...butternut squash. Halved, baked, scooped, mashed, buttered, salted, eaten.

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  57. all squash roasted with oodles of olive oil and salt is the best way to go. hands done. lovely illustrations I am delighted to discover you via poppytalk.

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  58. I love butternut squash soup, so good!

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  59. Hard to pick a favorite! Delicata cut in half, roasted, and filled with bread stuffing. Or butternut squash risotto.

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  60. In my gluten free house, I cook spaghetti squash and use it as pasta in all the pasta dishes that I miss. I works so well, I actually prefer it to pasta now!

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  61. Love this poster, great kitchen accent colors. and Squash is simply the healthiest comfort food for cold weather for sure.

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  62. The butternut is absolutely delicious in lasagna together with some camembert and spinach. Lovely poster!

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  63. I love that you are giving squash the time of day! Also, I have to say, this color palate is just very charming :)

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  64. I love to use squash in risotto--they add sweetness and creaminess. Yum! This poster is lovely!!

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  65. I love it! Squash is my wintertime favorite. They last for so long, look good in a bowl on the coffee table, oh and are delicious. I usually just roast an acorn squash with butter and brown sugar. Easy peasy.

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  66. I love to fry squash and zucchini, especially breaded!

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  67. oh this is so lovely! i really love a yummy butternut squash soup. the best in winter.

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  68. Such a gorgeous poster! I love to make a roasted butternut squash soup with apples and ginger.

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  69. Glad I found your blog! Beautiful illustration and very beautiful poster! My favorite recipe is called "carnival stuffed squash". Stuffed with rice, spring onions, garlic, celery sticks, tomatoes, pine nuts, sultanas and roasted. Full of vibrant colors and textures. Yum!

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  70. Love your poster and we love squash! My favourite way to cook it for my kids is in mac and cheese. It just adds such a nice flavour and texture. Yum!

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  71. Roasted spaghetti squash with tomato sauce. yummy

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  72. I love all these! Acorn squash stuffed with couscous mixed with olives, tomatoes - really anything our hearts desire and then baked. So good.

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  73. I love butternut squashed - diced and baked in butter. Yum!

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  74. all of them, baked. with rocket and fetta maybe. se salt. herbs. mmmm. beautiful illustrations!
    Pepper x

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  75. butternut squash blended with sweet potatoes for a warm winter soup!

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  76. I really love that poster, it is so cute! I also love almost every one of those type of squash roasted, although I also really like butternut squash soup with a bit of curry and coconut milk in it...mmm!

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  77. What a beautiful print! I love roasted butternut squash tossed with pasta, bacon and goat cheese. It's heavenly!

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  78. butternut squash roasted with walnuts, blue cheese, cinnamon, and maple syrup...yum!

    thanks for such a lovely giveaway!

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  79. oooo how exciting! we LOVE squash around my house! fave recipe would be butternut squash mac n cheese with jalepeno. SO good :)

    pulchrabliss(at)hotmail(dot)com
    -krista

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  80. Love the poster! I roast spaghetti squash with tons of garlic and olive oil.

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  81. butternut squash carmelized onion gallete.

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  82. I've gotten into the habit of just peeling fresh butternut squash and baking it; simple and delicious!

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  83. My favourite way to cook squash is in Butternut Squash Risotto. So delicious, but I also put squash in just about anything...especially a coconut curry. So yummy!

    caity_long@hotmail.com

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  84. Love your work, Claudia! So pleased to have found you via Poppytalk. I love to roast Hubbard and turn it into a warm salad with roast potatoes and garlic, caramelised red onions, baby spinach, fresh herbs, crunchy nuts (cashews or peanuts) and fetta cheese. Thanks for the opportunity,

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  85. Butternut Squash with out a dobut.
    It is scrumptious on pizza accompanied by roasted pine nuts, goats cheese and rocket! heaven!
    just found your blog-ADORE it!

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  86. my favorite way to cook acorn squash is the way my mother has been doing it my whole life. Cut the squash in half, remove the seeds, and put 1 T. brown sugar and 1 T. butter in the hollow. Wrap in tinfoil and bake at 375 until the squash is completely soft, and the butter and brown sugar are soaked into its delicious insides. love the poster, and am so glad to have discovered your blog!

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  87. When in doubt, I say soup it... although a favorite butternut dish since we moved to NY has been pureed with maple syrup, butter, and half and half. Yum!

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  88. wow...this poster is adorable! my favorite? cubed, roasted butternut squash with just a little fresh sage and kosher salt. mmm. xo, katie

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  89. so awesome. my bf is an organic farmer and once paid 12$ for a tiny hubbard squash just to get the seeds

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  90. butternut and black bean chili!!

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  91. acorn squash! roasted, with a garam masala rub!

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  92. This is a beautifully designed poster! My Italian relatives make a mean acorn squash casserole. Mmmm! :)

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  93. I love spaghetti squash with stir-fried veggies on top :)

    Also acorn squash baked with a little butter and cinnamon :)

    Also I love this print and want to hang it in my kitchen :)

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  94. Roasted butternut squash with butter--yum, yum!

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  95. Spaghetti squash with feta, olives, basil, olive oil...super yummy!

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  96. butternut squash, yam and poblano pepper soup!!!!!

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  97. Beautiful!
    I like to roast a half an acorn squash and fill with rice, sausage, apple. Mmm!

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  98. I LOVE that poster. It would be perfect in my kitchen remodel!!!!!

    I take squares of butternut squash and bake in a hot oven drizzled with olive oil and sea salt

    I also throw the cubes into stews or casseroles that call for potatoes

    Heather
    heather.foster@kp.org

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  99. Roasted butternut squash soup with sage and spicy pumpkin seeds! Acorn squash is great just cut in half and roasted with anything sweet/salty/spicy inside. :)

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  100. I love it roasted and then tucked into lasagna.

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  101. What a beautiful poster and has me so inspired for farmers markets! I love spaghetti squash with a dash of butter, pepper, and roasted walnuts.

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  102. I love roasted butternut served with a nice pat of butter and some spices.

    Ann
    mycriticaleye.com

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  103. I love squash! My fave is spaghetti squash, steamed in the nuker with butter and brown sugar on top! YUM!

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  104. Acorn squash. Sliced in half, roasted, buttered, and topped with maple syrup. So simple, so GOOD!! :)

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  105. I love love love this print, and I love love love spaghetti squash! The texture is so much fun. It's good with just a little butter on top, or done up with marinara sauce, capers, and other good pasta treatments! Mmmmm.

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  106. OH such a yummy poster! I love all sorts of squash but one of my top favorites is roasted delicata.

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  107. I love squash! My favorite way to eat acorn squash is roasted, then stuck in a blender with a little cream, a green apple, fresh grated ginger, and butter. Blended until creamy and delicious. (A la Louisa Weiss of The Wednesday Chef)

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  108. Roasted with pasta, red onions, bacon and pine nuts.

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  109. Acorn squash, split in half, each half with a bit of butter and maple syrup and baked in the oven till tender. Oh yum, it's a family favorite started by my Dad years ago.

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  110. i love your work! i've recently discovered you at Terrain and can't wait to see what's new for spring.

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  111. What a beautiful poster! I love any kind of squash roasted with a little butter on it - simple, but wonderful.

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  112. for a nice autumn meal, i love acorn squash, cut in half vertically and roasted. fill it with a stuffing made from a really rustic bread, onions, lots of thyme, toasted pine nuts or even pecans, and tiny diced spanish chorizo, bound with a little stock. bake a little just to set. yum!

    beautiful work claudia, thanks for sharing it with the world!

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  113. Such a lovely print! I like cooking up the butternut squash on pizza with gorganzola and carmelized onions...yum :)

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  114. Any squash, baked in the oven... put on some butter and sprinkle Old Bay on top. delicious!

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  115. I like roasted butternut squash, with the toasted seeds as a crunchy topping. YUM!

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  116. yummy poster!
    my favourite (at the moment) would be SOUP! Butternut and Apple. Although Delicata roasted simply with butter, salt & pepper take a very close second...

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  117. I love acorn squash roasted in the oven with brown sugar and butter, I could eat the entire thing my self!

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  118. this poster is delightfully simple and pretty! I love roasted butternut squash with carrots, turnips, onions and celery - with a healthy dose of olive oil, basil, coriander, salt, pepper, and a dash of cinnamon.

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  119. I'm trying so hard to get my reluctant boyfriend the eat squash, but I haven't been successful yet. I'd love to win this poster and hang it in our kitchen in the hopes that it might encourage him to try it. I don't think I can last much longer without some butternut squash soup.

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  120. Spaghetti squash with butter.. yum!

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  121. I love squash! My favorite way to cook Acorn squash is to peel it (a pain I know, but such a treat) and cut it in cubes. In a casserole dish, sprinkle some olive oil, some parsley and at least 3 cloves of garlic (probably more really) and cook it at 350 or so until it's soft. Mmmmm.

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  122. baby zucchinis with onion, tomarto's and garlic cooked togeather in a frying pan until tenter ... yum yum serve om scrummy toast
    liliofthevalley91@gmail.com

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  123. I love this poster! I like to make butternut squash, gorgonzola and walnut risotto or butternut squash and apple bisque with granny smith apples and creme fraiche!

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  124. Any squash, mashed up, in a cake with oragne cream cheese icing, yum yum yum! :)

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  125. All the squashes - roasted together. So yummy and so pretty!

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  126. Found you via poppytalk - lovely work! Grew up eating Acorn squash roasted with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. Have 2 Butternut to cook and a recipe for soup = YUM (hopefully!)

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  127. I love to through marinara sauce over spaghetti squash and have, well...spaghetti. Healthier alternative.

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  128. What a beautiful poster!
    We eat a lot of squash around here in the winter... my favorite might be to thinly slice acorn squash, toss with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and roast hot until it starts to turn a little brown and crispy.
    Crossing my fingers!

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  129. I love your illustrations, the poster would be great for a kitchen. I don't cook but butternut squash soup is a favorite.

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  130. Simplest is best! Cut in half and roasted w/ a little oil/butter, salt. I don't usually do sweeteners; I find squash sweet enough on its own. Acorn, potimarron, or red kuri (when I can find them....)

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  131. acorn squash stuffed with wheatberries, wild rice, and cranberries!

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  132. butternut squash. roasted. with butter and maple syrup. i am canadian after all.

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  133. For the fallback, squash soup, I love a Red Kuri curry version with coconut milk. A less common favourite is adding leftover cooked squash in when making apple sauce - Mmmmmm.

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  134. I love to roast the acorn squash seeds. I also love scraping my fork across the spaghetti squash to get really long "strands" of squash after roasting it.

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  135. Love the poster...and love squash! :D

    One of my favorite acorn squash recipes is to cut it in half, clean, add a dollop of Irish butter, a sprinkle with dark brown sugar and then roast. I serve it with it with a spoonful of Greek yogurt in the middle. Creamy and sweet! I eat if for breakfast, for dinner or for dessert...

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  136. Mmmm, this poster is yummy. I love butternut squash roasted with butter and a bit of brown sugar. Simple as that!

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  137. The poster is fabulous. My favorite squash recipe is a non-recipe. I cut in half, rub some EVOO and salt and pepper and roast until done. Serve hot or room temp or cold in a salad. Sometimes there is nothing better than the good earth taste of squash and nothing else.

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  138. You can't beat an acorn squash, roasted, with butter and brown sugar! I still have fall squash from my CSA in storage (yeah for root vegetables!) and love this poster!

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  139. i love this poster and squash!

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  140. I cut an acorn squash in half, season with salt, and place face down, microwaving about 7 min. or so. Meanwhile, saute up some onion, a little bacon, green apple cubes, ham cubes, in an apple cider sauce and put that in the well of the squash. Delish!

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  141. so fun! I love to eat butternut squash that has been roasted in the oven, delicious!

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  142. love this! I like spaghetti squash, roasted then sprinkled with fresh grated parmesan.

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  143. Beautiful poster. I like to make a roasted butternut squash salad with white beans and tahini lemon dressing.

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  144. LOVE your poster and love the concept for your giveaway - sarah's comment sounds especially delish!! some favorites: roasted spaghetti squash tossed with olive oil, feta, tomato, fresh basil, black olives, salt, pepper - delicata squash roasted at 400 and stuffed with mixture of freshly chopped mac apples, cranberries, walnuts, butter and maple syrup - and of course, there's always butternut squash soup... warms the soul. now, bring spring!!

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  145. Love the poster, the colors. I would love tortolini with roasted bn squash and sage brown butter sauce.

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  146. Spaghetti squash with brown butter and sage... mmmm!

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  147. I would love to win this great poster and give it to my dad! He fries summer squash with zucchini and tomatoes and serves it over spaghetti.

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  148. Butternut squash soup, every Thanksgiving!

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  149. How wonderful! This is my favourite type of spaghetto. I like it hot and urban in the oven with plenty of cumin and curry. NOM.

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  150. Butter nut squash + cream + roasted red pepper flakes + italian sausage = best soup ever!

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  151. the poster -- i'm a fan! i love winter squash roasted with balsamic vinegar & honey and then tossed with kale.

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  152. I LOVE squash. Besides The Silver Palette's Curried Apple Butternut Squash Soup, my favorite (and most caloric) way of eating it is sauteed with bacon and onions, drizzle in some cream and pour over pasta.

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  153. Buttercup. Baked, insides scooped out. Mix sauteed (in copious amounts of butter) onion, apple, and cranberries with the baked innards and put back in the shell. Beautiful and delicious.

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  154. BUTTERNUT SQUASH GRAVY!!!!!!!!!!!! With roasted gammon :)

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  155. I love the flavors of winter squash. Butternut squash sage risotto is the best!

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  156. my favorite is when my grandma used to boil the "calabasa"in water with brown sugar, then eat smashed it in a bowl with milk, and a little bit of the brown sugar liquid. so yummy, and it bring so many good memories! comfort food indeed!

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