March Madness: (4) Squash vs. (5) Grapes
No Thanksgiving table is complete without some squash. Grapes, on the other hand, rarely make it to the holiday dinner, but they are one of the best fall fruits around. Which do you prefer?
Need more information before you cast your vote? Check out our best squash and grape recipes below!
Boston Market Squash Casserole - This colorful veggie casserole is a wonderful way to dress up your standard squash casserole.
Roasted Acorn Squash Soup – Horseradish and apples give this flavorful soup an especially “autumn” flavor.
Yellow Squash Dressing – This is a very old and wonderful dressing to use instead of your typical turkey and dressing recipe. You can make it with fresh or frozen yellow squash. You can also use this year round.
Apple and Red Grape Cobbler (Gluten-Free) – A lovely fall dessert that’s light and resonant with fall fruit flavors. The crust is gluten-free and made with almond meal and rice flour.
Grape Marmalade – No one can resist this delicious grape marmalade recipe.
Grape Salad – This salad is sweet but good for you too.
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