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Sensational Summer Squash Linky {Round-Up}


Squash
Noun
1. A state of being squeezed or forced into a small or restricted space: "it was a tight squash but he didn't seem to mind".
2. An edible gourd, the flesh of which may be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. 

We're talking about the latter. I put out a call for recipes - anything and everything that uses summer squash. Check out what the bloggers brought to the party.

Savories

Sweets

Shout-outs
Thanks to all who joined the fun and games. I haven't decided what we're rounding up for next month, but stay tuned. In the meantime, click over and check out the bloggers who contributed to this linky party. Thanks, gals. I now know what to do with the plethora of squash I have.

Tara of Noshing with the Nolands
Paula of Call Me PMC
Laura of Small Wallet Big Appetite
Sara of Cupcake Muffin
Rebekah of Making Miracles
Heather of Join Us, Pull Up a Chair
Erin of Making Memories with Your Kids
Dixya of Food, Pleasure Health
BCMom's Kitchen
JJ of 84th and 3rd
Christine of Christine's Kitchen Chronicles
LeAndra of Love & Flour
On the Move, In the Galley
Angela of Spinach Tiger
Suzanne of kokocooks

Comments

  1. Thanks for including my Zucchini Tart!

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  2. Thanks so much for adding our zucchini recipes! I love all of these. Perfect for right now. We have a ton of zucchini! Off to pin them =o) (The recipes, not the zucchinis) =o)

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    1. I know. I think we were all a little overwhelmed by the piles of zucchini. Hope you get some good ideas. Ohh...good thought. I should pin them, too. Thanks.

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  3. Hey thanks for including me and for the tweet.

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  4. That is a huge squash. I am getting a bit out of the garden and made some delicious zucchini bread. I have it scheduled to post soon.

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  5. We're cruising in northern B.C. and zucchini is a scarce commodity. It's strange to have to hunt for zukes in August when they are overabundant back home. I'll definitely save the links for later use. Thanks for including my Zucchini Ribbon Salad.

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