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September 26, 2008

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mmm this sounds divine and perfect for fall. i can't wait to give it a try!

Great photo. Do you think would freeze well? Or least last a couple days as leftovers? Thanks for your opinion.

Great combination of ingredients. I love fall because of the squash!

oh my does this sound good!

Looks great…will be added to my farmers market recipe arsenal. Perhaps next week?

Hmmm. Looks good. I'm wondering if I could halve it by using 1 squash and just a bag and a half of spinach. I think the right baking dish would be the important thing. Also a little goat cheese tucked in the layers could be a nice addition. I want to give this a try.

I just love when I get to move a recipe from the "must try"pile to the "keeper" pile! This looks delicious!

Thanks Lizzie, I agree, it is a great Fall dish.

Hi Liz, I'm not sure about freezing (I have to admit that I don't freeze food frequently), but I can say that it reheats well. I kept the leftovers to eat for lunch over the next few days. It continued to be delicious.

Thanks Hillary, Rebecca and Sarah. I hope that is a success for all of you. Squash is such a lovely seasonal ingredient. I need to make a concerted effort to eat as much as possible over the next few weeks.

Hi Toni, you can definitely halve the recipe. I did so the second time I made it. It worked just the same. And YES!, goat cheese would be a perfect addition. Gratins and goat cheese were made for each other in my opinion.

Thanks Jesse! It is an oddly rewarding feeling. I enjoy it too.

This sounds delicious, I have been using squash more and more this year so will have to add it to my to try pile. I'm loving the idea of adding goats cheese as well.

Wow, another Gemma! I was very confused when I saw that comment, knowing that I hadn't left it. I thought I had some jokester on my hands.

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