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Chicken Breasts with Mushroom Sauce on Spaghetti Squash; Argan oil, me and the goats — 9 Comments

  1. My son brought back some Arran oil after his trip. Still have no idea how to use it, but now I know what it’s used for. Will look for recipes. Thanks!

    Chuck

  2. I want a baby goat!! But then they grow up…

    Argon oil, it’s in everything here, I think, including shampoo and conditioner and…yes. it’s the new designer ingredient.

  3. Great pictures Katie. I had a question: how do your store your winter squashes? Do you keep them in the refrigerator? I have some extra organic butternut, and acorn squashes this year and like you, I love to stuff them.

  4. Thanks, Phoenicia ;-))

    And thanks, Kate….

    brassfrog, just drizzle on your next tagine… or anything else. It’s more for finishing rather than cooking.

    Tanna, that must be it…. or I looked like a softie.

    nigtsmusic, there were lots of beauty products with it…. I’d never heard of it before.

    Ina, i cure them in the sun for a few days, then put them in the cellar. Acorns keep for 1 – 2 months, the butternut squashes keep until January or February

  5. I’ve heard of Argan oil…. Does it taste much different from other oils used for cooking?

    I CANNOT get over seeing the goats in the tree! I just showed the photo to my husband and he laughed and said “that’s got to be photoshopped!” But then we noticed the little platform beside the tree for the goats to climb up.

    Great photos!!

  6. Elizabeth, not really – it’s nutty, like walnut; not as intense as sesame. It’s not a cooking oil at all…. low smoke point. Actually, the goats in this tree are a bit staged for the tourists, but they really do climb them in the wild to get at the fruit – without help.