I’m giving away a copy of William-Sonoma’s Entertaining with the Seasons. Here’s how it’s going to work.  Come up with a creative way to use these ingredients in one dish.  Post the dish in the comments below – no recipe needed.  Evan’s going to pick a winner.

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  • Coco Brown said:

    Butternut Squash and Parmesan Galette

  • Jean TDR said:

    Butternut squash parmigiana with roasted red bell pepper sauce

  • Jasmine said:

    Savory bread pudding with butternut squash and Parmesan.

  • Erinn said:

    Butternut Squash Gratin! So versatile, in addition to the parm, you can add goat or bleu cheese and so many herbs lend themselves to the dish – sage, rosemary, thyme! The sky's the limit! Only downside? Noooot low cal.

  • Jennifer Smietana said:

    Butternut squash, Parmigiano-Reggiano and Poblano Chili Empanadas with fresh sage mojo.

  • Mary Taylor Fuqua said:

    Savory Butternut Squash and Parmesan patties. Sort of like potato cakes. Excellent Thanksgiving side dish.

  • Dana said:

    Parmesan-y Butternut Squash-filled Pierogies (with sauteed onions and sour cream)

  • Joe Allegretti said:

    Butternut Squash gnocchi in brown butter and sprinkled with grated Parmesan.

  • Emily Bourbon said:

    Butternut Squash Parmesan… think Eggplant parm, but with the BS subbed in. And add Panko :)

    OR!

    Thick and tasty butternut squash soup with topped off with grated parm.

  • Kevin Chan said:

    Instead of Chinese onion pancake, we can do chinese pureed butternut squash pancake topped with grated parmesan.

    can we include more ingredient?

    butternut squash, spinach pizzete dusted with parmesan cheese.

  • Emma said:

    Savory butternut squash pie. Roast the squash with thyme. Add a teeny bit of brown sugar and butter. Put in a tart shell with sea salt and parmesan. It's a little sweet, a little salty, buttery, warm and parmesany…

  • Donna Silverman said:

    Butternut squash,parmesan, dried cranberry muffins. Good to serve along with Thanksgiving dinner.

  • Lsia said:

    Savory butternut squash, sage and parmesan bread pudding! Yum!

  • Jason DeMartino said:

    Peel and slice the butternut squash into thin wedges that run the entire length of the squash. In a pie plate, mix flour, kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper and grated Parmigiano, and whisk an egg into another one. Coat the squash wedges with egg, then with flour/parm mix, then pan-fry briefly on both sides. Fan out a few slices on each plate, dress with a simple butter-sage sauce or a quick tomato sauce, then shave Parmigiano over the top.

  • Lisa Brand Gonzales said:

    Almost forgot… parmigiano-reggiano grated on top of those raviolis submitted previously!

  • Dorothy said:

    Butternut Squash Tart! Tthe parm can either be grated and go into the crust to give it a salty kick, or shaved in a few delicate curls on top for gorgeousness; or both! If you have time, a few whole fresh sage leaves, fried, would be a delectable garnish, or if no time, some chopped thyme in the body of the tart would be nice. Freshly ground nutmeg, some cream, an egg or two, and you have a simple appetizer (served in a slim slice), or a wonderful lunch or light dinner served alongside a salad of mixed peppery greens. When do we eat? I am so hungry! (Dorothy at Shockinglydelicious.com, channeling her inner pie girl.)

  • Lori Hahn said:

    Roast the butternut squash with garlic, butter, salt & pepper. Remove skin. Mix squash with flour and egg to create a savory pancake batter. Cook on griddle. Sprinkle with parmesan and fried sage leaves.

  • Robyn said:

    I think I'd like to do a butternut squash muffin with a ricotta/parmesan filling.

  • robert wemischner said:

    Enter text right hereHOw about butternut squash gnocchi with a dusting of parmesan and fried sage leaves. !

  • Erika Kerekes said:

    Savory butternut squash pancakes topped with a lemon-Parmesan-goat cheese cream….

  • Sharon said:

    Roasted butternut squash soup with mini Parmesan dumplings and a swirl of parsley pesto puree

  • LindaF said:

    A squash-inflected gougere.

  • Nadine Kavanaugh said:

    Roasted butternut squash and sage flan tart garnished with shavings of parmesian

  • Mario-Alberto Parras said:

    Parmesan Custard Tart with Butternut Squash

  • teahousedesign said:

    A pizza, with roasted butternut squash, goat cheese, arugula, fresh sage, and a drizzle of olive oil on a thin parmesan-infused crust.

  • David said:

    Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash soup with Parmesan Croutons
    - OR –
    Butterbut squash pie (ala Pumpkin pie) with the parmesan dusting the crust before filling and baking

  • Selina said:

    Butternut Squash & Potato Gnocchi with a rosemary sauce…yum!

  • whit kit said:

    i'd do a nice sautée of the butternut squash atop a nice fillet of beef/steak. i'd use the flour to dust the steak to give it a great coating and crisp. making sure not to sautee the butternut squash too much i'd keep the squash firm and beautiful making a very pretty presentation over the fillet :) then lastly with the parmesan i would grate it lightly on top. with a few nice sides of starches and more colorful vegetables that is one gorgeous plate! well, i just made my grocery list for tonight haha and i think my boyfriend will be very excited yummm.

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  • Anya Wayne said:

    Butternut parmesan fritters. The parm and flour mix w/ soda water, salt & white pepper to make a tenpura like crust. Oh so crispy and delicate.

  • Lucy Lean said:

    the butternut squash puree + molecular gastronomy gelling agent that Fanny taught us about to make cakes on a griddle served with parmesan crisps

  • DIana Davis said:

    Savory butternut cupcales topped with a parmesian panchetta buttercreme and candied pine nuts

  • cedaracrelady said:

    I think I might cook up some if the bn squash then try to make some pasta with it and the flour and then when made serve with a little parm and evoo.

  • Maureen said:

    Perhaps bread of scone for pasta

  • rocky said:

    A savory crumb (made with parm, flour, butter, herbs) topped "cobbler" of thinly sliced squash baked in a shallow dish. ( to make lots of crumb to squash ratio)

  • Barbara said:

    With these ingredients, I make a delicious soup with pumpkin: mixed with 100g of flour 1 egg and salt. Lie down and cut into pieces (maltagliati); cook the pumpkin, cut into cubes in oil and garlic, add the vegetable stock and finally the pasta. Pour into dishes and sprinkle with Parmesan: done!

  • Andy said:

    Butternut Squash Mac & (4)Cheese with Parmesan crumble crust.

  • Evan said:

    And the Winner is….

    Nancy with:
    Butternut squash, Parmigiano-Reggiano and Poblano Chili Empanadas with fresh sage mojo.

  • PastryAngie said:

    Butternut squash & pancetta savory pate brisee tart with crispy fried sage and Parmesan shavings

  • Bee said:

    Roasted pumpkin quiche with parmesan shavings on the top. Yum!

  • susan Taylor said:

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