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Any bread with cinnamon and pecans has got to be wonderful! :D That looks SO good...it's making me want some nice warm bread NOW! And I don't think I have ingredients :( I might have the stuff to make pumpkin bread...may just have to go look!
Thanks for the lesson! I am also one that hasn't had that type of squash. It's very pretty, though! I'll have to look at the store and see if they have them. I love sauteed squash with garlic, so I'd love to try it that way! :D
Have a good weekend with Alan! Hope it's not too hot!

Mmmff, grood, yjumm, rummf, mrawm. Sorry, mother really DID teach me not to talk with a mouthful; but damn! that patty pan bread looks sinfully delicious especially when it's piping hot out of the oven with imported Irish butter melting across a generous slice.

We gave up on our zucchini and started carving "Zucchini Men"...


LOL! Maybe I should try some baking too...

You make MARTHA look like an amateur! If it tastes half as good as it looks, it must be yummy.

Sounds delicious!

Hmmmmm yummy! I will be right over! lol

Okay, I looked them up on Wikepedia.
"Pattypan comes in yellow, green, and white varieties. The squash is most tender when relatively immature; it is generally served when it is no more than two to three inches in diameter. In fine cuisine, its tender flesh is sometimes scooped out and mixed with flavorings such as garlic prior to reinsertion; the scooped-out husk of a pattypan also is sometimes used as a decorative container for other foods. Pattypan is a good source of magnesium, niacin, and vitamins A and C. One cup contains approximately 20 to 30 calories and no fat. It is often sliced, coated and fried until golden brown. In Polish cuisine they are pickled in sweet vinegar."
My Gram called them sultan's caps. Not something I can buy at Publix until they are dry, around Halloween, for table decorations. Sigh.

Okay, Anna. Time to go take a pic of a patty pan squash because I wouldn't know one if it jumped up and bit me! Your garden inventory says you harvested 10 of them. Lots of pics of cukes and zukes, but patty pan, nope! Never even heard of them.

Looks good. Sounds very simular to the zuchinni recipe I have. And now to go have breakfast. That made me hungry :) Hugs...

That bread looks delish - it's only 5am and I'm starving!! I've never tried Patty Pan squash. Cool name though! :)

Starving at almost 4 AM and I have to look at this! We need Smellorama monitors.... yum this must be.

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