Our Patti Pan vine has been producing the most divine squashes. I leave them to grow until they are quite large in size, then roast them along with, red peppers, onions, tomatoes, cubed cooked potato, carrots, marrows and celery. When Erin came home from her hike a couple of weeks ago, she only wanted to eat grilled veggies! I could hardly believe it but she said she hadn’t eaten any veggies all weekend and she was really looking forward to a huge serving. I was thrilled to hear these words, or do most children tell their parents how much they have missed eating vegetables??? Not wasting any time, off we went, down to the veg garden and picked the largest patti pan we could find. We cubed it, sauteed some onions and garlic in olive oil in a pan and then added everything including the above ingredients to an oven dish and let it all roast slowly, mixing occasionally until cooked. It was scrumptious!
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