Thursday, July 17, 2008

Summer Squash




The summer squash is starting to grow really nicely..as you can see by the pictures.
A recipe I like is to grate it and steam with grated carrots..then, when cooked, you can add butter/salt/pepper and cheese..Let the cheese melt..Some may think it isn't healthy, but you don't need that much butter/cheese to make it tasty and always use organic..



Till next time, keep looking up..

16 comments:

High Desert Diva said...

mmmm...they look good!

Rosihue said...

YUM!!! I wish I had some of that!

Music Luva Mutha said...

Love the summer squash!!! I love it with the cheese and butter too!! Nice pictures! xo

LazyTcrochet said...

Yumm! I didn't plant any this year, but I'm wishing I had.

Hey Harriet said...

That sounds like a nice simple recipe that even I could follow ;) Thanks for sharing it. I'll give it a go! Must confess, I'm always a little heavy-handed with the butter & cheese. Squash are yummy roasted also :)

Sarah McBride said...

love fresh grown squash. Have fun eating it. I have one I may eat tonight as well!

Helen said...

My absolute favorite!! I want some!!!
We only have winter squash right now and I don't care for it as much

WarmAndFuzzyBaby said...

Yummy and organic. Your photography is amazing.

Sandra Ree said...
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Sandra Ree said...

That sounds really good! Here in the south we always add Vidalia onions with any good squash recipe. :)

M.Kate said...

never eaten before but sure will taste good :)

T.Allen-Mercado said...

that's good eatin'

GrayEyedScorpio said...

Yum!
I just made zucchini bread and zucchini pancakes. It's hard to believe I'll be sick of this veggie in a few more weeks.

picciolo said...

we have squash growing too, your recipe sounds delicious
: )

Chucka Stone Designs said...

It is always gratifying to eat food you grew in your own soil with your own hands :)

Annette said...

We call them yellow zucchini over here, they look exactly the same and there is also a green variety. We haven't had much success growing them up here, we get them on, they look fantastically healthy and then the go brown and die off overnight? I will definately be trying that recipe, will just have to do it with shop bought ones!!