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Prepared with a freshly picked acorn squash from the garden. The cinnamon was reduced by half and the cognac was a *very nice touch*. Served with a main dish salad and crusty bread for an easy but elegant mid-week meal. Thanks for posting.

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Cookgirl September 24, 2010

Wonderful squash! I skipped the honey as I didn't have any in the house and used rum instead of brandy. Served it as a side to a lentil dish. Fantastic taste. The sweetness really compliments the sauce. Mine took about 60 minutes to bake.

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Sackville February 20, 2006

I used what I think is called a Uchiki Kuri Squash it is slightly different in it's flavor but it went well with this recipe. I used the full 2 tsp of Brandy along with the other spices. It was delightful how they brought out the flavor of the squash without overpowering it..There was still a distinct hint of Brandy mellowed with the cinnamon etc. Thanks Sue for another recipe for one of my favorite veggies - Squash

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Bergy September 12, 2004

Wonderful! Buttery! Delicious!! I did leave out the brandy and just used the honey! Even the picky kids ate them! My father-in-law who rarely touches a veggie ate 2 of these!! THANKS

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Tankgirl February 03, 2004

Excellent! Although I cheated a bit. I cut out the spices, brown sugar and brandy. I just baked it with the butter and honey. Delicious!

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soulmatesforever December 22, 2003
Spiced Baked Acorn Squash