Butternut Squash, Leek and Rice Gratin; the update — 14 Comments

  1. Maybe you can mail me butternut sqaush…just write my address on it and stick some stamps on 🙂

  2. This sounds strangely delicious! 🙂 I’m going to give it a try! Congrats on the progress. I’m still amazed by your perseverance.

  3. Great progress! Whatever will he do when all of that work is finished? We too have been using squash a lot these days…also tasty in pasta dishes.

  4. I second the great progress!
    And this recipe is just what I need to clear out my own excess squash, some in the freezer, some in the garage.
    BTW, saw a solar oven butternut squash recipe. Can’t wait to try that one out. Too cold out? Doesn’t matter, as long as there’s sun. 🙂

  5. Ton mari does beautiful work. I love looking at the photos. Enjoy your blog too. My 3 favorite topics: food, home renovation/projects, culture.

  6. Great recipe for butternut squash…and I still have one I grew last summer, sitting in the pantry. This might be exactly the recipe it has been waiting for 🙂 Looks almost as good as those papered walls and wooden ceiling…those are so lovely…you must be thrilled!

  7. I am always on the lookout for new butternut squash recipes and this gratin sounds fantastic! Bookmarked.
    The progress is coming along so nicely!

  8. Katie, made this wonderful recipe…with a few tweaks…tonight and linked to your blog. Thanks for a fantastic recipe! Sweetie loved it and ate two helpings.

  9. Meredith, knowing the thrifty French it would end up in a pot long before it could get to you ;-))
    Zoomie, it was, strangely, delicious LOL
    Christine – thanks, and thanks!
    Ina, oh, he has plans….. 3 more squash to go.
    brassfrog, it’s the sun past I’m lacking at the moment… Haven’t seen it in over a week. In summer I long for clouds!
    bpf125 – thanks – I’ll pass on the kind words 😉
    Joey, it was surprisingly good – perfect combination.
    manningroad, early for you neck of the woods…. hope you like it!
    Val, yes, progress…. finally visible progress.
    Elle, the darn things seem to last forever. Use it quick before it breeds.
    Joanne, thanks, on both counts
    Thanks, Elle – must go look… love tweaks!