Squash Recipes: Cookbook Club
Butternut and Acorn Squash Soup
Quinoa pasta with spiced squash and yogurt
Roasted Veggies With Spaghetti Squash and Home Made Tomato Sauce
Butternut squash curry with squash seed couscous
Mediterranean Squash Boats
Stuffed Winter Squash
My Boys' Favorite Squash Recipe
Quinoa pasta with spiced squash and yogurtVery simple and flavorful. The spices and fresh herbs are the stars of this dish.
Roasted Veggies With Spaghetti Squash and Home Made Tomato SauceThis recipe is a mismatch of whatever veggies you have on hand. Recently I made it with the following...
Butternut squash curry with squash seed couscousA delicious, seasonal and healthy vegetarian after-work supper!
CalabacitasThere are a lot of recipes out there for enchiladas, burritos, tacos, salsa....etc. Have you ever tried finding a Mexican vegetable side dish? I searched all over the place today looking for one. Calabacitas means zucchini. And this is a really good recipe if you want something different than the "norm". I found it on a Cooks.com
Stuffed Winter SquashSubmitted by: Atina Diffley for Midwest Home Magazine
I found this recipe two years ago in a magazine and found that it was so easy to adapt to whatever vegetables I had on hand. I don't actually bake the squash again after the stuffing is added, I just sauté the mixture for a few more minutes before adding it to the squash. This makes a lot of stuffing, which frankly tastes good just by itself!
My Boys' Favorite Squash RecipeI first made this years ago when I had some butternut squash from a CSA box. My husband and son loved it and asked me to make more. Th This is an easy way to serve squash to your family. Any type can be used as well as any pasta. This one was made with egg noodles but I have since made it with penne and loved it. To simplify use pre-cut squash and sauce. You can even cook the squash a day or two in advance and covered in the fridge until you are ready. Submitted by: "The Moon Muse"
Thank you for your interest in babs's cookbook and for helping support the BakeSpace community of independent cookbook authors!
Here’s some quick information regarding how our cookbook platform works, along with a few tips for making the most of cookbooks you add to your library.
But first… If you’re new to BakeSpace, take a minute to visit our "About" page to learn more about our delicious community, which has been helping home cooks swap recipes and connect with fellow foodies worldwide since 2006.
What is the Cookbook Café Platform?Cookbook Café is our one-of-a-kind cookbook publisher, marketplace and reader. It empowers everyone to create, market and distribute a cookbook as both a web-based eBook and an iPad app. It also makes it incredibly easy for home cooks to discover and use amazing grassroots cookbooks they won't find anywhere else. Since 2012, we've published thousands of cookbooks authored by home chefs, nonprofit organizations, clubs, brands, etc. Our goal is to democratize cookbook publishing and make it easy to build an online library of amazing grassroots cookbooks.
How do I "download" a cookbook?You don't need to "download" cookbooks or deal with any files. All of the cookbooks you select (free and paid) using Cookbook Café become available to you automatically on any device (computer, tablet or smartphone) whenever you’re logged-in to your free BakeSpace account.
When you see a cookbook you like, simply click the green "Get it Now" button. If you're not logged in to BakeSpace, you'll be asked to login (or join) so the cookbook can be added to your cookbook library. Once in your library, you can access the cookbook anytime, anywhere via BakeSpace.com, as well as our Cookbook Café iPad app.
While you're checking out cookbooks, also take some time to visit other parts of the delicious BakeSpace.com community where you can swap recipes and connect with others who share your passion for food and the culinary lifestyle.
Get ready to enjoy a uniquely smart and social cookbook experience!Once a cookbook is added to your BakeSpace library, our proprietary recipe indexing technology makes it easy for you to find any specific recipe across all of your cookbooks… so there's no need to remember which cookbook contains that perfect recipe. In addition, you can connect directly with each cookbook author, leave comments/reviews and even ask questions about recipe substitutions, history, etc.
Need more info/help or want to provide some feedback?We're happy to help! Send us an email to [email protected]
I’d love to make my own cookbook - how do I do that?
It's easy and free... visit our Make Your Own Cookbook section to get started.
Help get the word out about this cookbook! Grab the cookbook widget and paste it on your own website or blog.
Embed this code on your site
Cookbook created by the BakeSpace TV community & fans of The Cookbook Club.
Technology is beginning to democratize book publishing by giving authors control over the entire process -- from content to distribution, marketing and sales. This cookbook is from submissions during our live publishing session at SXSW. Our presentation at SXSW goes beyond discussion to demonstrate (live and in real-time) some of the latest do-it-yourself publishing technology. Check out their recipes - from food lovers across the globe!
My dad grew up in Albania and I can always remember the kitchen being filled with things like cabbage, fresh bread, lamb and greek yogurt - the real kind, not the sweet kind you find in the store. He came to the US with no money and a dream of being an American. He always said, he was an American the day he was born. This is a collection of his favorite recipes. I've also added our BakeSpace Google Hangout where we talk about cooking with our dads.
These are the recipes from the TECHmunch Austin Community Food Bloggers who attended our conference in March 2013. Join us as we celebrate their love for food! Thank you to everyone who submitted a recipe. See you next year!
We think it’s time to democratize cookbook publishing! Thank you for downloading Cookbook Cafe and for joining us as we create an entirely new way to publish and shop for cookbooks. With Cookbook Cafe, any home chef, group or nonprofit organization can publish an interactive cookbook as both an iPad app and a web-based ebook. They can then give it away or sell it to the world for profit or fundraising via the Cookbook Cafe storefront. It's an idea whose time has come. After all, why should only "big name" chefs get a chance to make it as a cookbook author? Unlike other do-it-yourself publishing services that help authors create traditional ebooks or mobile apps, Cookbook Cafe is free AND not limited by technology platform. It functions across different types of devices, including the iPad and any desktop or mobile web browser. Best of all, many of the books you’ll find on Cookbook Cafe help support worthy nonprofit organizations that use community cookbooks to raise funds. Cookbook Cafe was created by Webby honored food social network and recipe swap BakeSpace.com. We've added my two favorite cupcake recipes to this cookbook so you can get an idea of what our cookbooks are like. If you have any questions, please send us an email at [email protected] or follow us on twitter @bakespace. Together let's change the world one recipe at a time!
Some of our favorite cocktail recipes at BakeSpace HQ! :) Enjoy!