Summer Squash Casserole

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by Chris on August 7, 2011


Oh… the garden! The lovely horticultural garden I have mentioned time and time again. As I prepare for the school year, I realize my little escape won’t be there when I am having “a day”.  While a community garden is in the works in my new school, the plush, established and flourishing planter’s boxes I adored will no longer be a stone throw’s away from my office.

In memory of my beloved sanctuary,  today’s Yellow Squash casserole is the last of my summer’s vegetable harvest.  Casserole pop up every now and then, but I typically don’t make them.  First, they can easily tip the calorie scale.  Second, I am one person, except when the teen is with me.  Do you know how hard it is making a casserole for one? Plus, I am not a big left overs girl.

Nonetheless, I made a larger-than-necessary meal here in a effort to use the majority of my summer squash.  Not to worry though. If I end up consuming this casserole all by myself the next few days, it is a little different from the typical belly-busting squash casserole. There isn’t any mayonnaise, sour cream, or cream of anything.  I did leave in the butter though, but it’s only ¼ cup. That’s a relatively smaller amount than if I Paula Deen‘d it, right? No too, too bad.

How do you make your squash casserole?

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