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Recipe For Roasted Butternut With Spinach Pesto — 35 Comments

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  3. Hi Tandy, Great to read your experience of the Reuben’s recipe. I’m not usually a fan of peppadews but loved this combination. Nikki

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    • I also loved the zing they gave to the pesto 🙂

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  4. this looks divine–will have to try it ASAP

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    • It is so divine!

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  5. I love to use recipes from everywhere. The 1st time, I make it just like it is stated & then I make it like I want to!

    What a very unusual tasty pesto: a really good one too!

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    • that is usually what I do as well Sophie 🙂

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      • 🙂 x

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  6. If the recipe looks good in the mag, then why not!! I love my cooking magazines, my hubby got me a 12 month subsciption last year for my birthday thats due to run out in June, bugger!! I’ll have to renew it as a birthday present to myself 🙂

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    • It is always good to get yourself a birthday present!

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  7. wonderful, good-for-you veggies that taste like MORE!

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    • they definitely tasted like more!

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  8. Oh my that looks good Tandy!
    Jacqueline sharing the blog ♥ Cajun Spiced Black Bean and Sweet Potato BurgersMy Profile

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    • thank you Jacs, I am sure you would love it!

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  9. Oh, those flavours sound amazing – I wonder if this recipe will adapt to our large tromboncinos? Hmm..

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    • I have never tasted a tromboncino but please try and let me know!

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  10. It sounds delicious, Tandy!!

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    • it really is!

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  11. I don’t, maybe because of Pinterest and all the variety over there. But I used to 🙂
    Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today sharing the blog ♥ Eat Berlin – Thai food in PreußenparkMy Profile

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    • I need to be more involved with pinning!

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  12. Fabulous sounding recipe, Tandy. I love roast butternut.

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    • I am sure you will love this AD 🙂

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  13. Sounds lovely but whatever is a peppadew?

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    • Sorry Tammy, I should have made mention of that! It is a sweet piquanté pepper – peppadew is a brand name for the produce grown in Limpopo Province in South Africa 🙂

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  14. This is such a lovely dish! I love butternut paired with pesto!
    Joanne sharing the blog ♥ Recipe: Pasta with Yogurt, Peas, and ChileMy Profile

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    • This could be my new favourite Joanne 🙂

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  15. Looks and sounds absolutely delicious

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    • thank you so much Roger 🙂

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  16. I don’t often make recipes from magazines, I do however often look at photos in magazines and create my version by just seeing the picture and reading a title.

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    • Me too!

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  17. Fabulous combination of flavours.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • they are indeed!

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  18. I love the ingredients in this recipe they are so fresh and delicious – magazines, I think, often are a great recipe source 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • It was very fresh and delicious!

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