Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash; the update

You all know I have an abundance of winter squash.

I’m always happy when I find a new recipe…. My winter squash inventiveness is dwindling.

I saw a stuffed acorn squash on Lake Lure Cottage Kitchen that looked like it belonged on my table..

Hers had maple syrup and pecans and kale….. all things easier to find in the US than here.

But the overall idea sounded delicious.

This is my version.

We were most pleased

The squash bakes while the stuffing is made and only needs 10 minutes to finish.

The recipe, Sausage Stuffed Acorn with Apples and Walnuts, has been updated, nutrition information added, and re-posted here: Stuffed Acorn Squash with Apples & Sausage.

I know that some of you have cold weather…..

And some of you have snow.

Some of you have lots and lots of snow.

We’re just wrapping up fall.

This is our wisteria, all lovely and golden.


It’s draped over the rather oddly shaped evergreen tree that it’s intertwined with.

The poor evergreen is fighting for sunlight – and there’s nothing we can do about it.

If you look at the photo below you can see the wisteria vine trunk on the left and the evergreen trunk on the right. They’ve been growing together for a very, very long time.


Oh, and mon mari finished trimming the two trees in front – a proper French cut.

Saves on raking if one just lops all the branches off with the leaves still attached.

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6 thoughts on “Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash; the update”

  1. Katie, Your adaptation of this acorn squash recipe sounds delicious. That is what is so great about it. Anything goes. Thanks for the link back. Your property looks amazing. You both have done so much over the years. I have been following for a long time. I would think that you are about done, but then we have been doing the same for a long time and we are never done. My Best, Penny

  2. Penny – done? is there such a state? We keep at it. Love acorn squashes – we have just one left… sigh….

    Thanks Heather

    Zoomie, they haven’t recently – instead they have gotten very cling-y. I give up trying to figure them out LOL

    Kate, it’s a vine – parasitic vine… but, yeah, it’s pretty.

    Amy, I was lucky to find pumpkin seeds this year – I’ve been putting them on everything.

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