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Ellen Morrissey

Ellen is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
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Whether you love acorn or kabocha, butternut or delicata, we can all agree that winter squash are so delicious. To help you enjoy them more often, we've gathered our best winter squash recipes right here. The stellar selection includes soups, salads, sides, stuffings, casseroles, pies, and more.
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It's time to learn about the beloved British sweetener with the iconic lion on the label.
It finds its way into all manner of desserts, and is even a figure of speech.
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