What did you have for dinner II?

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OK, Joe, I admit to enjoying pasta a olio (basically, pasta tossed in butter and olive oil), but just plain boiled macaroni is food for recovery from sickness.
I grew up on “loose hamburger and noodles”.
Basically macaroni noodles fried in butter until super crispy, hamburger with seasoning fried on the side.
So good.
 

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I’ve searched ways to cook delicata squash. The most popular is to cut then in half, deseed them, then cut them into 1/2 inch strips. Toss these in olive oil, salt and pepper, and roast these in a 400 degree oven, 8 minutes per side. I’ve done this, and it’s good.

However, cutting the squash into 1/2 inch cubes, tossing them in olive oil, salt & pepper, then sautéing them in a pan allows them to caramelize, enhancing their sweet quality to compliment the seasoning. Yum! 😋
 
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