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Skillet Squash Casserole

HER SQUASH CASSEROLE almost made us break up.

You see, a man I was dating knew about my disapproval of this side dish and brought me home to try his mother’s rendition. She was a great cook, and when he described her squash casserole—mild summer squash, melted cheese, sour cream, and a crunchy Ritz Cracker topping—it sounded great. But it was not. It was watery and sad.

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