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Fall Harvest Hash


Fall Harvest Hash

“What grows together goes together.”  It’s an easy enough motto to pretty much guarantee a wonderful and complex flavor profile. 

I know what you’re thinking…but peanut butter and chocolate don’t grow together? This may not work across the board and trust me; no one is denying the beauty of chocolate and peanut butter.  However, this is generally a good rule of thumb when it comes to fruits and vegetables.

Seasonal and regional produce, generally pair very well together.   Fall fruits and vegetables are no exception.  This is the season of squashes, pumpkins, apples, and stone fruit.  Whether you’re in the mood for a sweet or savory dish there are delicious ways of combining multiple items from this fall produce list. 

Take this recipe for example.  It combines butternut squash and apples and can actually be used as a sweet or savory item.  I topped this “hash” with a sunny side up egg for a savory entrée, but you could just as easily spread this on toast and have a sweet squash toast breakfast.

This is extremely versatile, healthy, and flavorful.  Sure to satisfy your sweet or savory tooth.  Enjoy!


Fall Harvest Hash

½ Butternut Squash, peeled, cored and cut into small cubes (or one package of pre-cut butternut squash)

2 Apples Chopped (try to make uniform size to the butternut squash)

1 Large Onion Chopped

Olive Oil




  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees
  2. Place the butternut squash on a baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil, salt and cinnamon
  3. In a sauté pan, add the apples, onion, olive oil, salt and pepper
  4. Sauté until onions become translucent, approximately 10 minutes
  5. Remove the butternut squash from the oven.  Add the apple and onion mixture to the butternut squash
  6. Return the mixture to the oven until slightly apples and squash are slightly browned, approximately 20 minutes.