That Nutty Redhead Acorn Squash Recipe October 02 2014

That Nutty Redhead Acorn Squash Recipe


What can You Do With That Nutty Redhead Nuts? Plenty!! They're not just great for snacking!

~That Nutty Redhead Acorn Squash~

Take 2 Acorn squash and cut in half so you have four bowls, scoop out seeds.

If needed cut off a sliver of squash across the bottom so it sits flat in the pan. Put squash in a baking pan and pour 1/2 cup water in the pan.

Sprinkle nutmeg & cinnamon on top of each piece. Take a tablespoon of butter and put it in the center of each piece.

Bake at 350* for 30-45 minutes. Prick with fork to test, it should be soft & tender.

While still hot, drizzle maple syrup or honey on the squash. Sprinkle with Breakfast In New England gourmet nuts from That Nutty Redhead.

Voila! Now you have nutty vegetables. :)


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That Nutty Redhead Gourmet Nuts on Cape Ann Foodie Tour for 2014! March 12 2014

That Nutty Redhead is pleased, and honored, to have been chosen as one of the fine stops on the Cape Ann Foodie Tour. A must when you come to the Northshore of MA!!

 Those on the tour will be treated to samples of my 8 all natural gourmet nut flavors, based on a European recipe. I offer almonds, cashews, and pecans. Assorted flavors will be available for purchase.


The flavors include Breakfast in New England maple (top seller), Spicy Hug Nut Cayenne (top seller), Bavarian Vanilla (top seller) Chai, Sweet Smoked Hickory, Orange Creamsicle, Menthe Chocolat, & Hannah Jumper Rum.

 You'll learn the Rum story of Victorian era Hannah Jumper, as it pertains to Rockport history. I will be dressed in Victorian clothing, in her honor, from my personal antique clothing collection.


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I Went Back In Time To The Victorian Era Today November 20 2013

My pastime is re-enacting the Victorian era. I also love the Edwardian era, and the new neo Victorian movement Steampunk. It's been a dream of mine to share my love of collecting antiques with others, I began collecting at age 15. For the past decade I've toured all over the east coast as Victoriana Lady Lisa, presenting my traveling museum programs while dressed in Victorian attire.

From that love came a book, International Steampunk Fashions, and now a local TV station has allowed me to bring my expertise to the screen. Today was the first taping for "All Things Victorian" on Cape Ann Massachusetts. It will be shown locally first and eventually be featured on Youtube. I'll be addressing everything about this wonderful time in history, we will look at art, literature, fashion, architecture, food, mourning traditions, jewelry, superstitions, weddings, antiques of the era, and much, much more. How does this tie in with That Nutty Redhead? My frosted nuts are based on a Victorian recipe, and we all need a delicious snack. :)