Pumpkin Timbales, Shallot/Prosciutto Garnish; French lessons — 4 Comments

  1. I always called it a seesaw (and still do) but then, that’s what both my Scots and English grandmothers called. Even though I’m pure midwestern, it stuck though my friends all call it a teeter totter.

    You know I’m not a big squash person at all but this recipe looks very good and I think I’m going to have to give it a go! 🙂

    • You may be a convert! I never liked either summer or winter squashes until I started cooking them myself. They both can be tasteless and blah (IMO) so I tend to add things – either in or next to lol

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