A simple image of grapes ready for harvest, some even to taste! Bob Blumer reminds us on this sunny Wednesday, “In the abstract art of cooking, ingredients trump appliances, passion supersedes expertise, creativity triumphs over technique, spontaneity inspires invention, and wine makes even the worst culinary disaster taste delicious.”
And to answer a question sent in yesterday from a loyal blog follower, how do you roast butternut squash to get that nutty taste? It’s very simple; cut in halves, clean the innards and brush olive oil, salt and pepper for flavor, place on a cookie sheet and bake. Just in case you need specifics, here’s a link that gives the low-down http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2010/10/28/how-to-roast-butternut-squash/ with a ton of butternut squash recipes. Enjoy this sunny Wednesday and the final transition from summer to fall days.
Image of September grapes growing in the vineyard by Greg Bilowz
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