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Old 10-17-2010, 10:48 PM   #1
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butternut squash bread

It's my first autumn in Maryland and I can almost say that the glories of fall make the ridiculous summer heat worth it. Almost. JK. It's truly beautiful here, but more importantly, produce stands and pick-your-own farms are overflowing with inexpensive, high quality fall produce. I bought a nice big butternut squash (among many other things), baked it, and set out in search of recipes. This one was a hit with my family and coworkers:

Butternut Squash Bread, Butternut Squash Bread Recipe

I made 2 half recipes and even remembered to do the math before I started cooking this time . One batch I made strictly according to the recipe. To the other I added some molasses and substituted whole wheat flour for about half of the all-purpose. I preferred the latter and I think next time I'll use all whole wheat, so it comes out more like a bran loaf. I made 2 loaves and 12 muffins. They all disappeared pretty fast!


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Old 10-18-2010, 04:34 AM   #2
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Depending where you are in MD some stands and farner's markets will stay open until the end of the month or into early November. I just stocked up on butternut and acorn squash and sweet potatoes from my local farm stand this weekend so I'll be trying this recipe sometime this fall!
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