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Stuffed Squash Blossoms

coll | Jul 26, 201406:40 AM     27

Been planning this for weeks: I want to surprise hubby with one of his grandmother's old favorites. I picked a few blossoms this morning, for some reason squash turned into my biggest crop this summer. For stuffing, I looked in the fridge to find creamy gorgonzola, brie, a nice hot cheese spread from Italy and a tub of homemade pesto (because he loves ANYTHING that has pesto). I have some "Extra Crispy Tempura Batter Mix" to coat it all. This is a first for me, so if anyone has any last minute advice, let me have it!

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