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  1. So happy your little one is home again and on the mend – I can only imagine how scary the whole experience must have been for all of you! And I’m going to tuck this dish away for our own future comfort food needs. We’ve been loving the Cayuga polenta, and I love your method of adding more flavor and nutrition to it with the roasted squash.

  2. so happy hear that all is back to normal. love this recipe, too! xo

  3. SJ Smith

    Glad your family is okay. I can remember my first run to the ER with my youngest. Some things you just don’t forget. I’ve never tried polenta. You make it sound very appetizing!

  4. This dishes has delicious, comfort and home written all over it.


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