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My wife cooks butternut squash better than any other recipe I've tasted. My relatives & friends agree. Simply slice the squash in 2 vertically, take out any seeds. Sprinkle each half with cinnamon, add honey or your favorite syrup and bake in the oven til it's nice and toasty brown. A spoon should ...

Answered: What are some recipes for butternut squash? I have ...

I have eaten butternut squash innumerable ways ... fried, roasted. boiled, steamed, etc. But the best I've tasted is my wife's recipe .... cut the squash in two, seed it, then sprinkle each of the pieces (inside) with butter (or margarine), brown sugar, and cinnamon. Roast it in the oven at 350 ...

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Two possibilities that I can think of. 1. Are you sure it's a yellow squash that you have, and not a green one, such as zuccinni?? 2. Maybe they are not ripe yet, and you need to give them a bit more time.
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