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This weeks's Food Friday Featured Player is ...

Ms. Jenn, with her post Kebabers (SM Fairview), on her blog: Tara, Let's Eat!

I love going on food adventures, and that is just what Ms. Jenn and her sister did on the post above. Want to know what she ordered for herself that day? Then I suggest you go and visit her post! :)
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My post for this week: Cheesy Squash-Macaroni Soup.


  • squash (cut in any way you want; I sort of "diced" mine)
  • macaroni 
  • cheese (i used cheddar)
  • ground pork (totally optional; you may use tofu instead or other protein source)
  • milk (or cream)
  • canola oil, soy sauce, salt, pepper, onion, garlic, Italian seasoning


  • Saute onion and garlic then add ground pork, soy sauce, salt and pepper. Cook until brown and fat has been rendered. Remove fat if it is too much.
  • Dump squash, mix a bit, then add water (or chicken/vegetable stock), macaroni and the Italian seasoning. Let it simmer until the squash gets soft, and the pasta is cooked. Mash some of the squash and add milk until you are satisfied with the creaminess. Add cheese.
  • Adjust taste to your liking. Add some more cheese.
  • Enjoy while still hot.

Am not sure if that milk and oats did anything different to the dish, but my eldest son said that it did. Maybe his taste is more sensitive than mine, lol. But this is one way of getting my youngest to "drink" his milk since he's not that fond of milk anymore. Good thing he likes yogurt! :)

All in all, a lovely afternoon snack for the three of us ... while watching cartoons on tv.

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2 shared thoughts:

Oggi at: Fri Sep 06, 09:11:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I've seen but never tried oatmilk. Almond milk from just almonds, which I've made once, is really good.

Intelliblog at: Sat Sep 07, 01:11:00 PM GMT+8 said...

They look good! Thanks for hosting.

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