(24) Thirty Days of Grateful Praise: Squash Casserole

All hail the Squash Casserole! Behold its cheesy goodness! (That dish was empty about half an hour after I took this photo)

Let us now praise the commonplace, the unpretentious, the lowly.  Let us praise the humble squash casserole.

Even the very name is plain and homely, almost self-deprecating—squash.  No pretense here.  Just plebian plentitude featuring the most ordinary ingredients from your garden, fridge, and cabinet—mostly yummy yellow things.  Squash, of course, lots of it.  And butter—half a stick!  (Real butter, please—not the fake stuff).   Cheddar cheese—don’t be stingy!

We almost live on the stuff this time of year.   We are overrun blessed with summer squash and can’t give it away fast enough.   But we don’t mind.  It is so, so good.

So let us now praise squash casserole.  Let us extol its vegetable virtues to the heavens, exalt its yummy yellowness to great heights. Let us give thanks for the delicious, delectable, delightful squash casserole.


6 Responses to “(24) Thirty Days of Grateful Praise: Squash Casserole”

  1. Benjamin Says:

    You have made me laugh again! Thanks 🙂

  2. betsyfromtennessee Says:

    Hi Beth, We love summer squash also. I’ve never made that casserole before and it sounds GREAT…. I usually make our squash with Vidalia onions… Think I’ll try the casserole…. YUM….

  3. Bonnie Jacobs Says:

    I love squash, whether boiled, sliced to eat raw with a dip, or in a casserole. Yours looks sooooooo yummy.

  4. Plowing Through Life (Martha) Says:

    Hahaha…this was too funny, Beth! 🙂 And that casserole looks yummy. I must try this.

  5. CountryDew Says:

    I make a squash casserole with rice and cheddar that we love. It lasts an entire week. Great post.

  6. Darla Says:

    Yum-yum! 🙂 Sounds great … and I just love this writing piece filled with fun and sun!

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