Last week I bought some buttercup squash at the orchard. I had never had it before. I tried to think of a creative way to use it besides the usual way to roast squash. I decided to stuff it. I’ve never done that before. And I actually couldn’t find many recipes for stuffed squash…at least not many recipes that could serve as a main dish. So I came up with something on my own! A mix of quinoa, mushrooms, zucchini, pepper, onion, goat cheese and pine nuts stuffed inside a squash half. Then topped with grated parmesan. Wow! So good! Even Justin, who doesn’t like mushrooms, thought it was really good. He was amazed that I just came up with this on my own. We even ate some of the squash skin, it was that good. I had never done that before. And I was quite surprised by how good it is! And probably good for you. This is definitely something I’ll do again. And I’ll play around with different stuffings. A wonderful healthy, hardy, meatless fall dinner. Not only does it taste good, it’s very pretty too 🙂 Something fun to try with guests…everyone gets their own little bowl 🙂 I’ll try to write down approximate quantities. You could use any kind of squash for this. But buttercup really worked well. I just used a small squash…perfect for 2. We each had a half. To feed more you could stuff more squash or use a larger squash and serve quarters. You can use whatever veggies you have on hand too. I served it with some homemade apple pearsauce. Yum!!