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We liked this best with small kabocha squash, but you can use a variety of small squash for visual impact.
Arrange the squash on a large rimmed baking sheet, leaving as much space among the halves as possible.
Remove the foil and push the squash and carrots together in the center of the pan.
How to appreciate spaghetti squash without always pretending it’s pastaLet’s take tempeh.
Savage took a close look at the stems, leaves and pumpkins and then compared them to those from other large squashes.
She's very pretty, but towards the end of the evening she looked rather like a squashed tomato, I thought.
HAPPY HOUSEBETSEY RIDDLE, FREIFRAU VON HUTTEN ZUM STOLZENBERG
An' squashed 'em flat—an' picked them up—an' packed 'em in my trunk!
WITH THE COLORSEVERARD JACK APPLETON
We climbed the trees and cut our names, we sucked the sap of the box elder and squashed poke berries for war paint.
BILL'S SCHOOL AND MINEWILLIAM SUDDARDS FRANKLIN
We shall have to protect them, they being now British subjects, and when we have squashed the Zulus, the Boers will turn on us.
The food Katy had fixed was wonderful, though rather squashed on account of all the costumes being on top of it in the kit-bag.
US AND THE BOTTLEMANEDITH BALLINGER PRICE

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