After our trip to the Farmer’s Market last week, I made one of my dear hubby’s favorite dishes – MeMa’s Squash. This was a dish made by his mother (known as MeMa to her grandchildren).
This is a simple, easy recipe; first, go to the Farmer’s Market and get about 2 pounds of yellow squash:
You also need a medium onion (I used a 1015 sweet onion):
Slice the the squash and the onion:
After 15 minutes, open the lid, stir and use the side of your spoon to squish some of the squash:
Recipe: MeMa’s Squash
- 2 pounds fresh yellow squash
- 1 medium onion
- 1 Tablespoon bacon grease
- Fresh ground pepper and kosher salt – to taste
Slice the squash and onion. Heat skillet to medium and melt the bacon grease. Add the squash, onion, pepper and salt. Cover and cook for 15 minutes. Stir and squish some of the squash. Cover, reduce the heat to medium low and cook another 15 minutes.