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Rorie

Oh my, but that looks tasty.

Vaguely Urban

A perfect recipe to try during these (hopefully last few) cold days. Thanks!

cereus

i just made this, and it's so good. just as awesome as you described it, but also with a wonderfully rich spicy smell from the oven.

i'm def going to try this with a variety of squash when they're more in season.

charity

I just made this. Thanks for the recipe. It's delicious.

I didn't need to make nearly as much as I did so I put them in plastic ware and stuck the rest in the fridge. I hope it reheats well.

Max

Just made this for Dinner. My mom was a bit hesitant about the idea of Butternut Squash, but after eating it she couldn't stop raving and had extra. I kinda think I used too much of the blend when coating the squash, but it was really quite wonderful.

Diane

I adore butternut squash and have just cut one in half and put it in the oven to roast!
Thanks for the recipe! I'm sure it'll be on my favourites list!

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