Posts Tagged ‘Pumpkin & Squash’
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Kitchen Hacks: Pumpkin Tangelo Ice cream

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 23, 2015
This amazing ice cream combines pumpkin puree with store-bought vanilla ice cream to create a gorgeous, easy to make and serve beauty for Thanksgiving. And beats making a custard base and churning ice cream and blah di blah di blah Here’s how. You’ll need 1 cup Pumpkin puree Juice (about 1 cup ) and some […]

Pumpkin Goatmeat Curry

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 5, 2015
A but of sweet, a bit of autumn and you have a beautiful stew. I’m a fan of low and slow-cook meats and this stew combines the peculiar, somewhat gamy flavour of goat meat with the warmth of pumpkin and vegetable. A riff on the Jamaican goat curry, you don’t really need a recipe. In […]

How To Roast Pumpkin

by Kitchen Butterflyon August 10, 2015
My children have fallen in love with Butternut squash soup. It’s our ‘winter’ of rain and cold so we’re lapping up soups with crusty bread. When I don’t want to fork out cash for expensive, imported Butternut squash, I buy Pumpkin. Prepping it is easy. I wash well and then try my best to cut […]

Easy Weeknight Dinners – Vegetable Medley

by Kitchen Butterflyon June 2, 2015
If you want a nice side for dinner or alternatives to ‘starches’ and carbs, medleys are an excellent option. They can be steamed, sauteed or baked. To be honest, you can’t really go wrong – all it requires is knowing which combos you like/ work well and going for it. I prefer baked/ sauteed medleys […]

Christmas Dinners – Suya-Spiced Everything from Butternut Squash to Chicken

by Kitchen Butterflyon December 27, 2013
I have my own Mallam. My supplier of the Finest suya spice blend. I’ve know Mamanga for over a year since my friend B and I first ordered a whole Suya-Roasted ram from him. Yes, a whole ram for our personal consumption. Ok…well for us and our families….a grand total of 9 people.

Pumpkin Maple Oat Rolls

by Kitchen Butterflyon January 23, 2012
Healthy 6am weekday conversations in our home are rare. As I guess they are in most households with children of any sort: pre-teen and post teens! Usually, moaning and grumbling tend to dampen the chit-chat of the blue tits and red robins; and even the cocks crowing-a dawn. The kids channel crackles with dragging feet […]

Spiced Pumpkin Churros for Thanksgiving

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 21, 2011
I’m thankful for autumn and fall. For churros. For pumpkin puree. For pumpkin churros. For sugar, and chocolate and spice. For taste notes called toffee and caramel. For New England autumns, for deep-fried. Dough. I’m thankful for new beginnings, for children that love freely, for hope, for joy.  For life. And the occasional wave of […]

Butternut Squash Revealed

by Kitchen Butterflyon June 24, 2010
I am busty Very busty, it makes me look fat Don’t blame me Blame my Grandmother On my Dad’s side She gave me Her Breast DNA

Wordless Wednesday: My new BFF, Butternut Squash

by Kitchen Butterflyon June 23, 2010
I just discovered heaven on earth – with Butternut squash! For more Wordless photos on Kitchen Butterfly, see my Wordless category For more Wordless photos on the main Wordless Wednesday, visit the Wordless Wednesday blog.