Squash Soup

Firefly’s Butternut Squash Soup

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Fireflys Butternut Squash Soup

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  1. […] By the way, I posted the recipe for my butternut squash soup today, in case you would like to check that out. Saturday afternoon (after the cottage) I made a double batch of peanut butter cookies as our contribution to the hayride fare. I’m in the midst of tweaking my peanut butter cookie recipe and will post it as soon as the cookies are as scrumptious as I want them to be. […]

  2. That sound absolutely yummy. I have to try it. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Yum! I’m supposed to make pumpkin soup for the “Penny Faire” (mini-Halloween carnival for the early childhood classes) at my sons’ school. I think I may try this recipe (substituting pumpkin this time, unless I manage to make it to the co-op for good fresh veggies).

    That cubed butternut squash wouldn’t happen to come from Trader Joe’s would it? I *love* that stuff…it is that very thing that got me to start eating squash. A friend brought some over and we threw it on the grill in a foil packet with some butter, olive oil, salt, and pepper. YUM!

  4. I just found you & enjoyed reading all, the story too but have not been able to see the last of your story on you meeting your husband.

    Pauline in Alaska

  5. This is great as I love butternut squash. I’ve had it baked, boiled and fried (my favorite, cut into cubes and fried with butter, salt and pepper). Now I can try it as a soup.

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